Presented By Roll Flex Metals – Metal Is Better! Title: Here’s A Quarter (Call Someone Who Cares) Artist: Travis Tritt Album: It’s All About to Change Released: 1991
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Presented By Roll Flex Metals, Berrien Springs. Metal Is Better! Title: Ships That Don’t Come In Artist: Joe Diffie Album: Regular Joe Released: 1992
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