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3 minutes ago, Crazysam said:

Desmond Child co-wrote tracks on Humanity Hour so it has a little different style.  You may enjoy Sting In the Tail as well which was the release after. 

That makes sense.
I've put the most recent 2 albums on my list

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Survivor - Extended Versions

 

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