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"Too Far Gone" is the second single released by Lisa Scott-Lee, written by Scott-Lee, Paul Newton, Daniel Sherman, Phillip Dyson and Peter Day, who also produced it. "Too Far Gone" was released on 8 September 2003 by Mercury Records UK and peaked at number 11 on the UK Singles Chart.
"Too Far Gone" is the eighth episode and mid-season finale of the fourth season of the post-apocalyptic horror television series The Walking Dead, which aired on AMC on December 1, 2013. The episode, written by Seth Hoffman and directed by Ernest Dickerson, shares its title with the thirteenth volume of the comics.
Too Far Gone is the second studio album by American heavy metal band Cane Hill, released on January 19, 2018 through Rise Records. It is their most successful album, topping Billboard's Heatseekers Chart and charting at #8 on Billboard's Independent Albums Chart.
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Almost Blue is an album by Elvis Costello and the Attractions. It was recorded May 1981 in Nashville, and released on 23 October 1981. The record's songs consist entirely of country covers, including works originally written by Hank Williams, Merle Haggard, George Jones and Gram Parsons. It was Costello's first album not to be produced by Nick Lowe.
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So Far Gone is the debut extended play by Canadian hip hop recording artist Drake. It was released on September 15, 2009, by Young Money Entertainment, Cash Money Records and Universal Motown. This is his reissued project from his third mixtape that was released earlier on February 13, 2009. This EP features five tracks from the mixtape, with the inclusions of two new songs. The EP features guest appearances from Trey Songz, Lil Wayne, Bun B and Young Jeezy. The EP was supported by three singles: "Best I Ever Had", "Successful" featuring Trey Songz and Lil Wayne, and "I'm Goin' In" featuring Lil Wayne and Young Jeezy. In April 2010, the EP won the Rap Recording of the Year at the 2010's Juno Awards.
"Gone Too Far" is a song co-written and recorded by American country music artist Eddie Rabbitt. It was released in February 1980 as the third single from the album Loveline. "Gone Too Far" was Eddie Rabbitt's sixth number one on the country chart. The single stayed at number one for a single week and spent a total of ten weeks on the country chart. It was written by Rabbitt, Even Stevens and David Malloy.
"Far Away" is a song by American rapper Tyga featuring American Idol finalist Chris Richardson. The song was first released on May 17, 2011 as the lead single from the rapper's debut studio album, Careless World: Rise of the Last King (2012). The song, which was produced by British producer Jess Jackson, debuted at number ninety-eight on the Billboard Hot 100 for the chart dated August 20, 2011, reaching a peak of number 86 for the chart dated October 1, 2011. The track also peaked at number 93 on the R&B/hip-hop chart and number 16 on the rap chart. As of January 25, 2012, "Far Away" has sold approximately 303,000 copies in the US.
"Gone Too Far" is an electropop/new wave song performed by Canadian band Dragonette. The song was written and produced by Dragonette for their second album Fixin to Thrill (2009). It serves as the album's second single, following the lead single, "Fixin' to Thrill". The song was released digitally in July 2009, and was later sent to radio airways in August 2009. "Gone Too Far" had its premiere when the band performed live at the Red Studios in New York, in October 2008. A music video for the song was made by friends of the band, and posted on the video hosting website YouTube. Music fans praised the cover art for the single, placing it among the most amazing cover art of all time.
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