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Heavy Cross


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Heavy Cross (Album Version)

Andrew Scheps, Mixing Engineer - Sara Lyn Killion, 2nd Engineer - Greg Fidelman, Mixing Engineer - Greg Fidelman, Recording Engineer - Nathan Howdeshell, Composer - Nathan Howdeshell, Lyricist - Mark Santangelo, 2nd Engineer - Jason Grossman, Edited By - Lindsay Chase, Coordinator - Eric Lynn, 2nd Engineer - Vlado Meller, Mastering Engineer - Rick Rubin, Producer - Gossip, Performer - Hannah Blilie, Lyricist - Hannah Blilie, Composer - Dana Nielsen, Edited By - Dana Nielsen, Recording Engineer - Beth Ditto, Composer - Beth Ditto, Lyricist

(P) 2009 Sony Music Entertainment

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