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The Magnets - In Between FLAC
The Magnets
In Between
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1568 mb
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2247 mb


2In Between
4Vocal Storm


  • BassHugo Maillet
  • DrumsGuillaume Rotier
  • GuitarMarine Soleil
  • Mastered ByBenjamin Joubert
  • Other [Thanks] – Manfred Kovacic
  • Recorded By, Mixed By, ProducerBertrand Montandon
  • Vocals, KeyboardsZenia Church
  • Written By, Composed By, ProducerThe Magnets


  • Recorded At – Vega Studio


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