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Darsteller: Electrician
Titel: What I Don't Want
Land: US
Freigegeben: 25 Aug 2015
Katalognummer: 033
Etikett: Kerchow Records
MP3-Albumgröße: 2045 mb
FLAC-Albumgröße: 2167 mb

Trackliste

1Every cop is a pile of shit2:18
2You have hair in your mouth1:22
3I'm dead weight1:49
4Heavy rain and snow4:27
5I felt the breeze2:53
6Glowing pool of light3:46
7From the dark3:42

Credits

  • Acoustic GuitarNeil Campau
  • Backing VocalsEllen Avis (tracks: 3, 5-7)
  • Electronic DrumsNeil Campau
  • SynthesizerNeil Campau
  • VocalsNeil Campau

Kurzes Intro

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