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January 1, 2004
℗ 2004 ATO Records, LLC
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Finally Woken is the debut studio album by Welsh singer-songwriter Jem, released initially in the United States on 23 March 2004, with ATO Records.
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March 23, 2004
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A Tribute To George Harrison
Tomorrow is not promised
ALL I NEED
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