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Zombies In Congress - Zombies In Congress Album

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Album: Zombies In Congress
Country: US
Released: 1997
Style: Punk
Label: Not On Label (Zombies In Congress Self-released)
Genre: Rock
Size FLAC: 1717 mb.
Size MP3: 1839 mb.
Rating: 4.1/5
Votes: 621
Record Source: Cassette, EP




Tracklist


1Liberty Avenue
2Bulimic Barbie
3Father Knows Best
4Border Patrol
5No, God, No!
6Graveyard In Your Stomach


Credits


  • Backing VocalsErik Torkelson, Joey Lynch
  • Bass, VocalsSgt. Dan Tyler
  • DrumsSister Becky Hanten
  • Engineer, Backing VocalsJayme Rood
  • Guitar, VocalsSen. Shawn Kock
  • VocalsRev. Jay Bethke


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