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Little Monster

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John Davis, Mastering Engineer - Dave Sardy, Mixing Engineer - Royal Blood, MainArtist - Ceaser Edmunds, Assistant Mixing Engineer - Ben Thatcher, Drums, Writer - Mike Kerr, Bass Guitar, Lead Vocals, Writer - Tom Dalgety, Producer, Audio Recording Engineer

© 2014 Imperial Galactic Limited t/a Black Mammoth under exclusive licence to Warner Music UK Limited ℗ 2014 Imperial Galactic Limited t/a Black Mammoth under exclusive licence to Warner Music UK Limited.

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