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INTERMISSION TRACK LISTING
The official track listing for Amanda Marshall's upcoming greatest hits package has been released by chartattack.com. The collection includes every single Amanda has released to Canadian radio stations, with the exception of Why Don't You Love Me and The Voice Inside. As previously announced, two new tracks 'Cross My Heart' and 'Until We Fall In' - are included on the album. The full track list is as follows:

1) Let It Rain
2) Birmingham
3) Dark Horse
4) Beautiful Goodbye
5) Fall From Grace
6) Sitting On Top Of The World
7) Believe In You
8) Love Lift Me
9) If I Didn’t Have You
10) Everybody’s Got A Story
11) Sunday Morning After
12) Double Agent
13) Marry Me
14) Shades Of Grey
15) Cross My Heart
16) Until We Fall In

OFFICIAL "INTERMISSION" PRESS RELEASE
From Amanda's official Sony Music Canada website:

On Tuesday, November 25th, Sony Music Canada will release Amanda Marshall's thrilling retrospective collection entitled 'Intermission: The Singles Collection.' This CD will feature all of Amanda Marshall's hits including "Let It Rain," "Birmingham," "Fall From Grace," "Believe In You," "Dark Horse," "Sitting On Top Of The World" plus two brand new, unreleased tracks: "Cross My Heart" and "Until We Fall In."

Amanda Marshall has sold more than 3 million albums worldwide. Her self-titled million selling debut album was released in 1996 and produced 7 Top 10 Singles in Canada. The multi-platinum 'Tuesday's Child' followed in 1999 and produced 3 Top 20 hit singles. 'Everybody's Got A Story' was released in 2001 and this double-platinum album produced 4 Top 20 hit singles.

"This collection of songs, culled from my first 3 albums, is meant to represent a certain period of time that had a profound impact on me. From the first haunting chords of "Let It Rain" to the jubilance of "Believe In You"...the hopeful refrain of "Birmingham" to the joyful intimacy of "Marry Me"...these songs run the full range of human emotion and speak to the human condition," explains Amanda Marshall. "They tell stories in the amazing way that music does, and they represent the first chapter in my own development on a number of levels! If every education arms its' possessor with the tools necessary to make the next step, then this album is a musical diploma, of sorts...cap and gown optional, and you don't need a date for the dance. I have included 2 songs that have not been heard up until now, but which I think complete Act One nicely. I hope you like them, and that you enjoy this collection, this diploma, this...'Intermission.'"

AMANDA DEFENDS MOTHER IN PRESS
Amanda Marshall recently spoke out against the firing of her mother, Gencie Marshall, who was a receptionist at Toronto's exclusive Havergal College. In an e-mail, Amanda stated ""Something stinks at Havergal College and the stench extends well beyond this single, isolated case. I grew up in that neighbourhood. Many of my friends and acquaintances are Havergal alumnae. I know whereof I speak". The school was quick to downlplay these claims of racial discrimination in its hiring policy. The full article can be found in the September 5th issue of the National Post.

 

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