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The Monkees 10/15/1996

Review

As the final reunion album from the Monkees -- and the first one featuring Mike Nesmith, who produced the record -- Justus isn't bad. Nesmith occasionally steers the group toward country-rock, but the record is largely comprised of nondescript pop/rock that is neither remarkable nor unpleasant. Frequently, the Monkees show their age with strained vocals, but Justus is far from the disaster of Pool It!, and it may stir warm, nostalgic memories from many long-term fans. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Circle Sky The Monkees 2:32
  3. 2 Never Enough The Monkees 2:59
  4. 3 Oh, What a Night The Monkees 3:13
  5. 4 You and I The Monkees 2:58
  6. 5 Unlucky Stars The Monkees 3:11
  7. 6 Admiral Mike The Monkees 3:24
  8. 7 Dyin' of a Broken Heart The Monkees 3:9
  9. 8 Regional Girl The Monkees 3:16
  10. 9 Run Away from Life The Monkees 2:41
  11. 10 I Believe You The Monkees 3:41
  12. 11 It's My Life The Monkees 3:42
  13. 12 It's Not Too Late The Monkees 4:3

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