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Andy Wood, Trombone - Martin Williams, Saxophone - Paul Spong, Trumpet - Ben H Allen, Producer - Mark Spike Stent, Mixer - Ben Etter, Engineer - Kevin Tuffy, Masterer - The Magic Gang, MainArtist - Paeris Giles, Composer, Drums, Percussion - Jack Kaye, Composer, Keyboards, Vocals - Angus Taylor, Composer, Keyboards, Vocals, Bass - Kristian Smith, Composer, Guitar, Vocals - Matt Wolach, Assistant Mix Engineer, Assistant Mixer - Isobel Gracefield, Additional Engineer - Emma Marks, Assistant Engineer

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