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Look In Look Out
July 1, 1984
℗ 1984 Solid Gold Records, a division of Linus Entertainment Inc.
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Look In Look Out is the twelfth and, to date, last studio album by the Canadian rock band Chilliwack, released in July 1984. The track "Don’t Stop" achieved modest success as a single.
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Got You On My Mind
Don't Shoot Me Down
I'm Comin' To You
Run With Me
Are You Really Gonna Walk Out
Dream Of You
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℗ 1984 Solid Gold Records, a division of Linus Entertainment Inc.
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