King's X: XV, CD
King's X: XV, CD
€11.90
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King's X : XV

  • CD
  • Germany
  • Inside Out Music
  • (IOMSECD 290)
  • 14 Tracks
  • UPC 693723969022
  • EX+ / EX+
  • used

tracks

1

Pray

4:15
2

Blue

4:25
3

Repeating Myself

4:09
4

Rocket Ship

2:44
5

Julie

2:41
6

Alright

2:59
7

Free

3:56
8

I Just Want To Live

4:21
9

Move

4:02
10

I Don't Know

3:32
11

Stuck

3:56
12

Go Tell Somebody

3:17

Bonus Tracks

13

Love And Rockets (Hell's Screaming)

4:22
14

No Lie

5:20

Credits

Backing Vocals
  • Allen Thomason
  • Bro. Jeremiah Loudenphat
  • Michael Wagener
  • Tim Heap
  • Wally Farkas
Design
  • Patrick Zahorodniuk
Layout
  • Patrick Zahorodniuk
Drums
  • Jerry Gaskill
Vocals
  • Jerry Gaskill
  • Ty Tabor
  • Doug Pinnick
Guitar
  • Ty Tabor
Illustration
  • Warren Flanagan
Management
  • Gunter Ford
Other
  • Amy Lasch
Photography By
  • Mark Weiss
Producer
  • Michael Wagener
Recorded By
  • Michael Wagener
Mixed By
  • Michael Wagener
Bass Guitar
  • Doug Pinnick
Written By

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