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Black Sabbath|Jack the Stripper / Fairies Wear Boots  (2012 - Remaster)

Jack the Stripper / Fairies Wear Boots (2012 - Remaster)

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Jack the Stripper / Fairies Wear Boots (2012 - Remaster)
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Ozzy Osbourne, Vocals, Writer - Tony Iommi, Writer, Lead Guitar - Bill Ward, Drums, Writer - Rodger Bain, Producer - Black Sabbath, MainArtist - GEEZER BUTLER, Bass Guitar, Writer - Andy Pearce, Remastering Engineer

© 1970 Sanctuary Records Group Ltd., a BMG Company ℗ 1970 Warner Records Inc.

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