Tigerlily (Lillix album)

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Released24 August 2010 (Canada)
13 June 2011 (U.S.)
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  • Lillix
  • Mark Henning
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Tigerlily is the third and final album by the Canadian rock band Lillix, released in Canada on 24 August 2010. [1]


Track listing

1."Dreamland" Lacey-Lee Evin, Tasha-Ray Evin, Eric Hoodicoff3:48
2."Believer"T. Evin, L. Evin2:56
3."Nowhere to Run"T. Evin, L. Evin3:24
4."Say No More"T. Evin, E. Hoodicoff, L. Evin3:30
5."Through The Night"T. Evin, L. Evin2:58
6."Dance Alone"T. Evin, L. Evin3:21
7."7 Days"L. Evin, E. Hoodicoff, T. Evin3:24
8."Back Up Girl"T. Evin, L. Evin3:25
9."This Is Goodbye"L. Evin, T. Evin3:41


Band members

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