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8 Replies to “ Too Much To Think - 311 - Mosaic (CD, Album) ”

  1. mix rock, rap, reggae and funk into their own unique sound. After years of consistent touring, have developed a reputation as one of the hardest working, most influential and most entertaining live bands in the U.S. have released ten studio albums, one live album, one greatest hits album and three dvd's - and have sold over
  2. I've had too much to think I wanna get high (I wanna get high) But you're taking me down, down, down Don't got time to waste or time to kill I've had too much to think Oh oh oh Oh oh oh oh oh oh Oh oh oh oh oh oh I've had too much to think As I walk through the valley of the shadow of LA See the faces of the people as they run away.
  3. "Too Much to Think" is a song by American rock band It is the first single from their twelfth studio album, Mosaic. It was released on March 11, Music video. The music video for the track was directed by Rich Ragsdale and filmed at Vasquez Rocks, located outside out of Los Angeles.
  4. Mar 11,  · Too Much to Think was the first single released for the bands twelfth studio album, Mosaic. The single was released on March 11, (3/11/17) .
  5. Jun 23,  · In this fashion, hit all the right notes. The bottom line is when it comes to bands that defy classification, are the leader of that pack. An album that stands tall next to prior efforts, Mosaic is certainly the musical definition of the word and it deserves out of 5 stars. For more information on and their summer tour visit.
  6. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Too Much to Think - on AllMusic.
  7. Create & stream a free custom radio station based on the song Too Much To Think by on iHeartRadio!
  8. On March 11, , self-released their 11th studio effort, the Scott "Scotch" Ralston-produced and independently released Stereolithic. A live album and four-disc Archive set filled the time until album number 12, which arrived in the summer The track Mosaic featured the singles "Too Late" and "Too Much to Think.".

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