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|Time Doesn't Notice|
|Studio album by No Address|
|Released||April 26, 2005|
|Recorded||Stepbridge Studios, Rancho Digital, Santa Fe|
|Genre||Post-Grunge, Alternative Rock|
|Singles from Time Doesn't Notice|
Time Doesn't Notice is No Address's first album. This is an Enhanced CD, which contains both regular audio tracks and multimedia computer files.
No Address is an American alternative rock/post-grunge band, from Tallahassee, Florida, United States. They are best known for their single "When I'm Gone (Sadie)". On May 18, 2007, melodic.net posted an article about lead singer Ben Lauren's future solo album under the Indegoot Entertainment umbrella.
|1.||"Perfect"||Ben Lauren||Ben Lauren, Phil Moreton, Justin Long, Bill Donaldson||3:25|
|2.||"Love at Your Momentum"||Ben Lauren||Ben Lauren, Justin Long, Bill Donaldson||4:27|
|3.||"When I'm Gone (Sadie)"||Ben Lauren||Ben Lauren, Phil Moreton, Justin Long, Bill Donaldson||4:11|
|4.||"Lasting Words"||Ben Lauren||Ben Lauren, Phil Moreton, Justin Long||4:10|
|5.||"It's Alright"||Ben Lauren||Ben Lauren, Justin Long, Bill Donaldson||5:00|
|6.||"How Could I?"||Ben Lauren||Ben Lauren, Phil Moreton, Justin Long, Bill Donaldson||3:58|
|7.||"Mother Sunday"||Ben Lauren||Ben Lauren, Phil Moreton, Justin Long||4:24|
|8.||"Never Coming Back"||Ben Lauren||Ben Lauren, Phil Moreton, Justin Long||4:23|
|9.||"Too Proud"||Ben Lauren||Ben Lauren, Justin Long||4:36|
|10.||"A Step Away"||Ben Lauren||Ben Lauren, Justin Long||4:04|
|11.||"Time"||Ben Lauren||Ben Lauren, Justin Long||4:40|
|12.||"Pretty Girl"||Ben Lauren||Ben Lauren, Phil Moreton, Justin Long||4:46|
|13.||"Walk Away"||Ben Lauren||Ben Lauren, Justin Long||5:56|
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