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Wolves (Edit)

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Butch Vig, Composer, Drums, Keyboards, Writer - Steve Marker, Composer, Writer - Shirley Manson, Composer, Vocals, Writer - Duke Erikson, Composer, Guitar, Writer - Billy Bush, Producer, Engineer - ERIC AVERY, Bass - Garbage, Producer, MainArtist - Heba Kadry, Engineer

© 2021 Garbage Unlimited, LLC d/b/a STUNVOLUME under exclusive license to Infectious Music, a division of BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited ℗ 2021 Garbage Unlimited, LLC d/b/a STUNVOLUME under exclusive license to Infectious Music, a division of BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited

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