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|Through Yourself & Back Again|
|Studio album by|
|Released||September 14, 2010|
New York City
|Thriving Ivory chronology|
Through Yourself & Back Again is the second and final studio album by American rock band Thriving Ivory. The lead single from the album, Where We Belong, was released on May 10, 2010 via a special limited time YouTube video. The next day, May 11, the single was released on iTunes, and in stores everywhere May 19. On July 16, the band released the track listing via their Twitter account.
Thriving Ivory was an American rock band based in the San Francisco Bay area. They released their self-titled Wind-up Records debut album on June 24, 2008. The debut album reached No. 1 on the Billboard Heatseekers chart on the strength of the charting single "Angels on the Moon". After half a year, "Angels on the Moon" appeared on the US Pop 100 Chart, reaching number 28. Several songs off of the record were recorded with award-winning producer Howard Benson.
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The title of the album comes from the second verse of the song "Moonlight". The lyrics say, "We're gonna let go and let ourselves be found. We're gonna set fire 'til we grow tired and burn our sorrows to the ground. I'm gonna take your hand 'til you're through yourself and back again. We'll be dancing in the moonlight."
On August 20, 2010 the band went on a 16-city fall tour with Ryan Star and Ed Kowalczyk to promote Through Yourself & Back Again ahead of its release, starting at Scottsdale's Martini Ranch and ending in Boston's Royale nightclub.
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All tracks written by Scott Jason (with Clayton Stroope), except where noted.
|1.||"Love Alone"||Mark Endert||3:49|
|2.||"On Your Side"||Endert||3:54|
|3.||"Some Kind of Home"||3:57|
|4.||"Where We Belong"||Endert||3:46|
|5.||"While the Candle Still Burns"||3:15|
|9.||"Motorcade (So Long, So Long)"||3:58|
|iTunes bonus track|
|11.||"Moonlight (Acoustic Version)"||4:14|
Adapted credits from the media notes of Through Yourself & Back Again.
Stephen Marcussen is the founder and chief mastering engineer at Marcussen Mastering in Hollywood, California.
|scope="row"||US Billboard 200||131|
|scope="row"||US Heatseekers Albums (Billboard)||2|
|scope="row"||US Top Rock Albums (Billboard)||46|
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