Time Slips Away

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Time Slips Away
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Genre Hardcore punk
Label Bridge 9 Records
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Time Slips Away is an album by Champion. It contains their two EPs, Count Our Numbers and Come Out Swinging . It was released in 2005 on Bridge 9 Records. [2]

Track list

2."Fourth of July"2:29
3."Time Slips Away"2:35
5."One Sixteen"1:18
6."Is Anybody There?"1:39
8."Harrison and Broadway"2:08
9."Assume the Worst"2:01
11."Left Your Mark"4:15
12."Thank You Note"2:03
13."One To Two"2:07
14."(Untitled Track)"1:10

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  2. "Time Slips Away - Champion". AllMusic. Retrieved 16 April 2013.