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Rachel Rachel

You Oughta Know By Now

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Category: AOR/ Christian Rock
Year: 1993
Label: Dayspring
Catalog Number: 7014234625
Rating: 9.00 out of 10. (29 ratings)

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Cheryl Jewel Vocals
Heli Sterner Vocals, Guitars
Brynn Beltran Keyboards
Jennifer York Bass
Jenny Sparks Drums
Dann Huff Guitar
Mark Matheson Organ
Billy Smiley Guitar, Mandoline
1.  Somebody To Love Me  
2.  Dust To Diamonds  
3.  You Oughta Know By Now  
4.  Only Heaven Knows  
5.  In Your Arms  
6.  You'll Never Know  
7.  Lay Down Your Head  
8.  You Are Always There  
9.  You Comfort Me  
10.  Time (I Will Still Love You)  

Existing comments about this CD

From: zld   ( Date: April 14, 2005 at 19:17
Second effort of this female band and certainly a big step forward. More, stronger guitars and better songs. The songs have more edge. 'Dust to diamonds and 'you comfort me' are very good rockers.9/10.
From: Startyger   ( Date: December 2, 2009 at 6:13
I agree! Great Album, though, every song didn't need an intro. I loved 'You Comfort Me' for jumping right in there. This was more agressive! Sometimes a bit 'overproduced'.... 'In Your Arms', is just great! 'Dust to Diamonds' wow! 'You Ought To Know', that's a great song should have heard it in a car commercial by now! 'Time', that was a great ballad. I saw a promo poster of them in denim.... That would have been a better cover, and sold this Labor of thiers. Cover: bad. Again it looks like they

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