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Mike Elizondo, Producer, Keyboards, Drum Programmer - Matthew Bellamy, Producer, Guitar, Keyboards, Lead Vocals, Writer - Adam Hawkins, Engineer - Brent Arrowood, Assistant Engineer - Muse, MainArtist - Ted Jensen, Mastering Engineer - Adrian Bushby, Assistant Engineer - Chris Wolstenholme, Producer, Bass Guitar, Background Vocals - Dominic Howard, Producer, Drums - Spike Stent, Mixing Engineer - Michael Freeman, Mixing Engineer - John Prestage, Assistant Engineer - Laurence Anslow, Assistant Engineer - Philip Broussard, Assistant Engineer - Pete Winfield, Mixing Engineer

2017, Muse under exclusive licence to Warner Music UK Limited 2017, Muse under exclusive licence to Warner Music UK Limited

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