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I Don't Think She Cares

White Reaper

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Anthony Esposito, Lead Vocals, Lead Guitar - White Reaper, MainArtist - Nicholas Hughes Wilkerson, Composer - Ryan Nelson Hater, Composer - Samuel Ian Wilkerson, Composer - Nick Wilkerson, Drums - Sam Wilkerson, Bass Guitar - Anthony Vincint Esposito, Composer - Ryan Hater, All Keyboards

2015 Polyvinyl Records 2015 Polyvinyl Records

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