Titles & Idols

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Titles & Idols
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ReleasedOctober 2001 (2001-10)
Label !K7
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Titles & Idols

Titles & Idols is Beth Hirsch's second album, released in October 2001.


Track listing

All tracks are written by Beth Hirsch.
  1. Let It Live - (3:40)
  2. I Know Why - (4:53)
  3. Titles And Idols - (4:45)
  4. Captain Daylight - (3:47)
  5. Nest Sensation - (5:26)
  6. Until I Met You - (3:36)
  7. Who Said - (4:09)
  8. Ordinary Life - (5:19)
  9. Nigel And Fiona - (5:30)
  10. Hindsight - (3:21)
  11. Let It Live - (4:30)


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