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Randy Archer (left) and Johnny Park
||Nashville, Tennessee, U.S.
Archer/Park was an American country music duo composed of singer-songwriters Randy Archer and Johnny Park. Signed to Atlantic Records in 1994, the duo released its sole album, We Got a Lot in Common, that year. Two of the album's singles entered the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks charts: "Where There's Smoke" at No. 29 and the title track at No. 63.
After their disbanding in 1994, Randy Archer found work as a songwriter, with Tim McGraw and John Michael Montgomery being among the acts who recorded his songs. He and Park also wrote songs for Montgomery and for Elbert West. In 2006, Archer released a solo album entitled Shots in the Dark on an independent label.
In 2009, Park and his son, Clint, formed the duo The Parks, which signed to Lyric Street Records subsidiary Carolwood Records.
We Got a Lot in Common
- "We Got a Lot in Common" (Randy Archer, Johnny Park, Bobby P. Barker) - 3:07
- "Where There's Smoke" (Barker, Mark Collie) - 2:54
- "You Don't Know Where This Heart's Been" (Archer, Park, Barker) - 3:59
- "I'm Not Crazy" (Archer, Park, Barker) - 2:55
- "Your Ol' Rock" (Archer, Park, Barker, Doug Nichols) - 3:33
- "The Man That I Am" (Walt Aldridge, Darryl Worley) - 2:56
- "Don't Look Now" (Archer, Park, Nichols) - 2:48
- "'Til Something Better Comes Along" (Charles Quillen) - 3:29
- "Permanent Thing" (Jerry Abbott, Charles Stewart) - 3:19
- "I Still Wanna Jump Your Bones" (Archer, Park, Barker) - 3:04