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Radiation City

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Radiation City, MainArtist - Jeremy Sherrer, All Instruments - Patti King, Composer, Lead Guitar - Cameron Spies, Composer, Lead Guitar - Elisabeth Ellison, Composer, Lead Vocals, Solo Synthesizer - Matt Rafferty, Composer, Lead Guitar - Randy Bemrose, Composer, Lead Guitar - Riley Geare, Composer, Drums

2016 Polyvinyl Record Co. 2016 Polyvinyl Record Co.

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