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The Black Keys - Going Down South
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Going Down South
The Black Keys
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Sam Bacco, Additional Percussion - Ryan Smith, Masterer - Tchad Blake, Mixer - Kenny Brown, Electric Guitar - Dan Auerbach, Producer, Electric Guitar, Lead Vocals - The Black Keys, MainArtist - Patrick Carney, Producer, Drums, Percussion - Robert Lee Burnside, Writer - Caleb VanBuskirk, AdditionalEngineer - M. Allen Parker, Engineer - Eric Deaton, Bass - Michael Deano, AssistantEngineer - Mickey Smay, AssistantEngineer
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- 1 disc(s) - 1 track(s)
- Total length: 00:03:48
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