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Royal Headache|Another World

Another World

Royal Headache

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Lawrence Hall, Composer - Royal Headache, Producer, Mixer, Artist, MainArtist - copyright Controll, MusicPublisher - Jon Hunter, Mixer - Christopher Shortt, Composer - Joseph Davies Griffith, Composer - Tim Wall, Lyricist - Timothy Wall, Composer

2015 What's Your Rupture? 2015 What's Your Rupture?

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