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|Compilation album by|
|Released||Europe November 1993|
|Genre||Pop rock, soft rock|
|Producer||Ross Fraser, Louie Shelton|
|Southern Sons chronology|
Truth is a compilation album by Australian music group Southern Sons. The album was released only in Europe and Canada by RCA Records in November 1993 on CD and audio cassette. The album contains an assortment of tracks taken from their first two studio albums, Southern Sons and Nothing But The Truth , it was produced by Ross Fraser and Louis Shelton
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