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Slipknot - Birth Of The Cruel
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Corey Taylor, Vocals - Greg Gordon, Engineer - Bob Ludwig, Masterer - JOE BARRESI, Mixer - Greg Fidelman, Producer, Engineer - Dan Monti, Editor - Slipknot, Producer, Writer, MainArtist - Sara Killion, Engineer - Paul Fig, Engineer - Jun Murakawa, Engineer - Craig Jones, Programming - Shawn Crahan, Percussion, Backing Vocals - Alessandro Venturella, Bass - Mick Thompson, Guitar - Jim Root, Guitar - Bo Bodnar, Assistant Engineer - Chaz Sexton, Assistant Engineer - Jay Weinberg, Drums - Side Wilson, DJ
2019 Roadrunner Records, Inc. 2019 Roadrunner Records, Inc.
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- Total length: 00:04:35
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