Dorothy: 28 Days In The Valley, LP (Vinyl)
Dorothy: 28 Days In The Valley, LP (Vinyl)
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Dorothy
28 Days In The Valley

  • LP (Vinyl)
  • United States
Klappcover
  • Roc Nation
  • (0760030724)
  • 11 Tracks
  • UPC 810760030724
  • M / EX-
  • virgin
  • minor seam split on cover

tracks

A1

Flawless

4:02
A2

Who Do You Love

4:13
A3

Pretty When You’re High

3:12
A4

We Are Staars

3:44
A5

Freedom

4:36
A6

28 Days In The Valley (Interlude)

2:12
B1

White Butterfly

4:55
B2

Black Tar & Nicotine

3:45
B3

Ain't Our Time To Die

4:08
B4

We Need Love

4:36
B5

Girls & Boys

5:32

Credits

Backing Vocals
  • Dorothy Martin
  • Eliot Lorango
  • Jason Ganberg
  • Leroy Wulfmeier
  • Nick Maybury
Lead Vocals
  • Dorothy Martin
Composed By
  • Dorothy Martin
  • Eliot Lorango
  • Jason Ganberg
  • Leroy Wulfmeier
  • Nick Maybury
  • Linda Perry
Bass
  • Billy Mohler
  • Eliot Lorango
Arranged By
  • Eliot Lorango
Drums
  • Jason Ganberg
Engineer
  • Luis Flores
  • Linda Perry
Guitar
  • Owen Barry
  • Leroy Wulfmeier
  • Nick Maybury
Keyboards
  • Damon Fox
Lacquer Cut By
  • Ian Sefchick
Mastered By
  • Ian Sefchick
  • Howie Weinberg
Layout
  • Dominique Falcone
  • Michelle Luklanovich
Mixed By
  • Tony Hoffer
  • Linda Perry
Photography
  • Kii Arens
Cover
  • Kii Arens
Producer
  • Linda Perry

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