Supersystem: Always Never Again, LP (Vinyl)
Supersystem: Always Never Again, LP (Vinyl)
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Supersystem : Always Never Again

  • LP (Vinyl)
  • United States
insert included
  • Touch and Go
  • (TG283LP)
  • 10 Tracks
  • UPC 036172098316
  • EX / EX+
  • used
  • minor hairline marks on vinyl

tracks

A1

Born Into The World

Technician
  • Jonathan Kreinik
A2

Everybody Sings

Strings
  • Molly Schnick
Vocals
  • Molly Schnick
A3

Defcon

Technician
  • Jonathan Kreinik
A4

Six Cities

A5

Click-Click

Horns
  • Seth Misterka
B1

Miracle

Strings
  • Molly Schnick
Vocals
  • Molly Schnick
B2

The Love Story

B3

Tragedy

B4

1977

Vocals
  • Aimée Scala
  • Jennifer Deveau
B5

Devour Delight

Credits

Mastered By
  • Roger Seibel
Mixed By
  • Chris Zane
Producer
  • Supersystem
Songwriter
  • Supersystem
Performer
  • Supersystem

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