Nothing but the Truth (Southern Sons album)

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Nothing But The Truth
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Original 1992 release
Studio album by Southern Sons
Released Australia, November 1992
Recorded 1991-1992
Genre Pop rock, soft rock
Length 54:46
Label RCA Records
Producer Louie Shelton
Southern Sons chronology
Train Tracks (EP)
(1991)Train Tracks (EP)1991
Nothing But The Truth
(1992)
Truth
(1993)Truth1993
Singles from Nothing But The Truth
  1. "Lead Me to Water"
    Released: September 1992
  2. "Can't Wait Any Longer"
    Released: November 1992
  3. "You Were There"
    Released: March 1993
  4. "Sometimes"
    Released: 1993
  5. "Silent Witnesses"
    Released: 7 November 1993
1993 Re-Release Cover
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Nothing But The Truth is the second studio album by Australian music group Southern Sons. The album was released in Australia in November 1992 and reached number 26 on the ARIA charts. The album produced by Louis Shelton and released through RCA Records, was re-released in 1993 with the bonus track, "Silent Witnesses". The album produced five singles, and was also released in the Australian iTunes Store as a digital download in 2010.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Shelter" (J. Jones, P. Buckle) – 5:18
  2. "Lead Me to Water" (P. Buckle) – 4:32
  3. "Sometimes" (P. Buckle, P. Bowman) – 3:54
  4. "Is It Any Wonder" (P. Buckle) – 4:15
  5. "Can't Wait Any Longer" (P. Buckle, J. Jones) – 4:24
  6. "You Were There" (M. Powell, M. Green) – 3:58
  7. "Nothing But The Truth" (P. Buckle) – 5:11
  8. "Still Love You So" (P. Buckle) – 4:45
  9. "Wildest Love" (P. Buckle) – 4:05
  10. "Can't Breathe" (J. Jones) – 5:17
  11. "So Unkind" (P. Buckle, J. Jones) – 4:23
  12. "Silent Witnesses" (1993 reissue bonus track) (P. Buckle) – 4:46
  13. "You Were There" (Unplugged) (1993 reissue bonus track) (M. Powell, M. Green)
  14. "Lead Me to Water" (Unplugged) (1993 reissue bonus track) (P. Buckle)

Personnel[edit]

Chart positions[edit]

Chart (1992) Peak
position
Australian Albums (ARIA)[1] 26

References[edit]