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Subject: Grammy Award for Best Male Country Vocal Performance, The Good Life (band), Ryan Fox, Alan Tanner, Help Wanted Nights, Adaptations of The Wizard of Oz
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This article is about a single from the band The Good Life. For the country song click Rodney Crowell, Ricky Skaggs, George Strait, or Guy Clark, and Heartbroke (Ricky Skaggs song)

Single by The Good Life
from the album Help Wanted Nights
A-side Heartbroke
B-side Thirty-Year Evaluation
Released August 21, 2007
Genre Indie rock
Length 6:37
Label Saddle Creek Records

Heartbroke is the first single from The Good Life's fourth full-length album, entitled Help Wanted Nights. It was announced that it would be in stores on August 21st, 2007. However, mail orders began arriving on August 13th. Accompanied by non-album b-side Thirty-Year Evaluation this release was made available digitally and as a limited edition 7" vinyl with B-side etching in hand-screened, individually numbered packaging.[1]

Track listing

  1. "Heartbroke" – 1:56
  2. "Thirty-Year Evaluation" – 4:41

External links

  • Saddle Creek Records


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