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Nasty (Remixes)

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Nasty (Spor Remix)
00:05:09

Tim Hutton, Writer, Background Vocals - Maxim, Vocals - Liam Howlett, Producer, Mixer, Writer - The Prodigy, Performance, MainArtist - John Davis, Masterer - Brother Culture, Additional Vocals - Nick Halkes, Writer - Neil McLennan, Producer, Mixer - Keef Flint, Vocals, Writer - Jonathan Gooch / Spor, Additional Keyboards, Additional Production, Remixer

2015 Take Me To The Hospital Limited under exclusive license to Warner Records Inc. from Cooking Vinyl Limited. 2015 Take Me To The Hospital Limited under exclusive license to Warner Records Inc. from Cooking Vinyl Limited.

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Nasty (Zinc Remix)
00:04:11

Zinc, Additional Production, Remixer - Tim Hutton, Writer, Background Vocals - Maxim, Vocals - Liam Howlett, Producer, Mixer, Writer - The Prodigy, Performance, MainArtist - John Davis, Masterer - Brother Culture, Additional Vocals - Nick Halkes, Writer - Neil McLennan, Producer, Mixer - Keef Flint, Vocals, Writer

2015 Take Me To The Hospital Limited under exclusive license to Warner Records Inc. from Cooking Vinyl Limited. 2015 Take Me To The Hospital Limited under exclusive license to Warner Records Inc. from Cooking Vinyl Limited.

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Nasty (Onen Remix)
00:03:57

Tim Hutton, Writer, Background Vocals - Maxim, Vocals - Liam Howlett, Producer, Mixer, Writer - The Prodigy, Performance, MainArtist - John Davis, Masterer - Brother Culture, Additional Vocals - Nick Halkes, Writer - Neil McLennan, Producer, Mixer - Keef Flint, Vocals, Writer - Onen, Additional Production, Remixer

2015 Take Me To The Hospital Limited under exclusive license to Warner Records Inc. from Cooking Vinyl Limited. 2015 Take Me To The Hospital Limited under exclusive license to Warner Records Inc. from Cooking Vinyl Limited.

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