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Framing Hanley
Framing Hanley was an American rock band formed in Nashville, Tennessee in 2005. They released their first studio album in August 2007, titled The Moment
Mar 11th 2017



A Promise
song by Echo & the Bunnymen A Promise to Burn, a 2010 album by Framing Hanley Promise (disambiguation) The Promise (disambiguation) Promises, Promises
Aug 11th 2016



A Promise to Burn
July 12, 2011.  McGrath, Jamie (June 17, 2010). "Album review: Framing Hanley shows promise, falls short on sophomore attempt". idobi. Retrieved July 12
Mar 7th 2017



The Promise
The Promise may refer to: The Promise (1917 film), a silent film starring Paul Willis The Promise (1969 film), a film starring Ian McKellen The Promise
Apr 24th 2017



The Moment (Framing Hanley album)
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Dec 2nd 2016



The Burn
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Each Dawn I Die
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