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Weight Of My Mistakes Jimpster Remix
00:07:00

Brad Dechter, Conductor - Ric Salmon, Executive Producer - Gus Isidore, Guitar, Writer - Marcus Brown, Bass Guitar, Keyboards, Organ, Piano, Writer - SEAL, Bass Guitar, Electric Guitar, Lead Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - Steve Sidelnyk, Drums - DAVID FOSTER, Producer, Arranger - Greg Calbi, Mastering Engineer - Jochem Van Der Saag, Additional Engineer, Mixing Engineer - Jorge Vivo, Audio Recording Engineer - Dave Russell, Audio Recording Engineer - Mark Summerlin, Guitar, Writer - Steve Fallone, Mastering Engineer - Jimpster, Additional Production, Remixer

2010 © 2011 Reprise Records 2010 ℗ 2011 Reprise Records

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Here I Am (Come and Take Me) Jimpster Remix
00:05:57

Mabon Hodges, Writer - Michael Thompson, Guitar - Jerry Hey, Horns Arranger - Marcus Brown, Bass Guitar - SEAL, Lead Vocals, MainArtist - DAVID FOSTER, Producer, Bass Guitar, Keyboards, Horns Arranger - Jochem Van Der Saag, Co-Producer, Mixing Engineer, Drum Programmer, Synthesizer, Audio Recording Engineer - Jorge Vivo, Additional Engineer, Digital Editor - Brian "Big Bass" Gardner, Mastering Engineer - Courtney Blooding, Co-ordinator Production - Chris Owen, Assistant Engineer - Nita Hutton, Backing Vocals - Toyia Barnes, Backing Vocals - DAVE REITZAS, Audio Recording Engineer - Angela Fisher, Backing Vocals - Al Green, Writer - Jamie Odell, Additional Production, Remixer

2010 © 2011 Reprise Records ℗ 2008 Warner Records Inc.

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