Toad The Wet Sprocket: Fear, Compact Cassette
Toad The Wet Sprocket: Fear, Compact Cassette
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Toad The Wet Sprocket : Fear

  • Compact Cassette
  • United Kingdom
  • CBS Sony
  • (COL 468582 4)
  • 12 Tracks
  • EAN 5099746858247
  • M- / M-
  • virgin
  • sealed with hype sticker

tracks

A1

Walk On The Ocean

Cello
  • Peter Lenz
Violin
  • Van Vinikow
2:59
A2

Is It For Me

3:24
A3

Butterflies

Voice
  • Laurel Franklin
4:26
A4

Nightingale Song

2:02
A5

Hold Her Down

3:05
A6

Pray Your Gods

Backing Vocals
  • Ellen Turner
5:02
B1

Before You Were Born

3:44
B2

Something To Say

Violin
  • Van Vinikow
4:01
B3

In My Ear

3:08
B4

All I Want

3:15
B5

Stories I Tell

5:34
B6

I Will Not Take These Things For Granted

5:46

Credits

Bass
  • Dean Dinning
Vocals
  • Dean Dinning
  • Todd Nichols
  • Glen Phillips
Keyboards
  • Dean Dinning
Drums
  • Randy Guss
Guitar
  • Todd Nichols
  • Glen Phillips
Producer
  • Gavin MacKillop
Recorded By
  • Gavin MacKillop
Mixed By
  • Gavin MacKillop
Mandolin
  • Glen Phillips

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