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Say Nothing

Theory Of A Deadman

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Say Nothing is the seventh studio album from Canadian rockers Theory of a Deadman and follows 2017's Wake Up Call. Recorded in London with producer Martin Terefe (James Blunt, Mike Posner), the album sees the group dealing with social issues including domestic violence, racism, and American politics. The single "History of Violence" is included. ~ Rich Wilson

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Theory Of A Deadman

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Black Hole In Your Heart 00:03:54
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History of Violence 00:03:54
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Affluenza 00:03:54
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Say Nothing 00:03:54
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Strangers 00:03:25
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Ted Bundy 00:03:54
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World Keeps Spinning 00:03:54
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Quicksand 00:03:54
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White Boy 00:03:54
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It's All Good 00:03:54

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Say Nothing is the seventh studio album from Canadian rockers Theory of a Deadman and follows 2017's Wake Up Call. Recorded in London with producer Martin Terefe (James Blunt, Mike Posner), the album sees the group dealing with social issues including domestic violence, racism, and American politics. The single "History of Violence" is included. ~ Rich Wilson

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