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You Know What I Mean

Cults

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You Know What I Mean
00:02:32

Cults, Performer - Cults, Producer - Emily Lazar, Mastering Engineer - Ever Ronquillo, 2nd Engineer - Joe LaPorta, Mastering Engineer - Loren Humphrey, Drums - Madeline Follin McKenna, Composer - Madeline Follin McKenna, Lyricist - Richie James Follin, Background Vocal - Ryan Mattos, Composer - Ryan Mattos, Lyricist - Shane Stoneback, Engineer - Shane Stoneback, Mixing Engineer - Shane Stoneback, Producer - William McLaren, Bass

(P) 2011 Sony Music Entertainment UK Limited

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You Know What I Mean (Sweatson Klank Remix)
00:03:11

Cults, Performer - Madeline Follin McKenna, Composer - Madeline Follin McKenna, Lyricist - Ryan Mattos, Composer - Ryan Mattos, Lyricist - TAKE, Re-Mixer

(P) 2011 Sony Music Entertainment UK Limited

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You Know What I Mean (Hackman Remix)
00:05:42

Cults, Performer - Hackman, Re-Mixer - Madeline Follin McKenna, Composer - Madeline Follin McKenna, Lyricist - Ryan Mattos, Composer - Ryan Mattos, Lyricist

(P) 2011 Sony Music Entertainment UK Limited

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