24-7 Spyz: Face The Day, CD
24-7 Spyz: Face The Day, CD
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24-7 Spyz
Face The Day

  • CD
  • United States
  • Gumbo
  • (GRC007)
  • 14 Tracks
  • UPC 616892696728
  • EX+ / EX+
  • used

tracks

1

Unknown Wellknown

Written By
1:49
2

Face The Day

Written By
4:39
3

Waiting For The Sun

Written By
3:59
4

Soul Sucker

Written By
5:31
5

Ride To Nowhere

Written By
3:20
6

Faithless

Written By
4:29
7

The Saturday Song

Written By
6:54
8

Angel

Written By
5:15
9

Blues For Dimebag

Written By
5:26
10

Running

Written By
3:33
11

Anything For You

Written By
2:24
12

Plastique

Written By
3:34
13

Bad Reputation

Written By
5:47
14

Stand!

Written By
4:47

Credits

Artwork
  • Jimi Hazel
  • Klaas De Beer
Guest
  • Bumblefoot
  • Klaas De Beer
  • Track Addicts
  • Doug Pinnick
Backing Vocals
  • Bumblefoot
  • Rick Skatore
  • Tobias Ralph
  • Jimi Hazel
Guitar
  • Bumblefoot
  • Jimi Hazel
Performer
  • Klaas De Beer
  • Rick Skatore
  • Tobias Ralph
  • Jimi Hazel
Vocals
  • Track Addicts
  • Doug Pinnick
Liner Notes
  • Jimi Hazel
  • Rick Skatore
Bass
  • Rick Skatore
Drums
  • Tobias Ralph
Percussion
  • Tobias Ralph
Lead Vocals
  • Jimi Hazel
Recorded By
  • Jimi Hazel
  • Ron Thal
Producer
  • Jimi Hazel
  • Ron Thal
Mixed By
  • Jimi Hazel
  • Ron Thal
Written By

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