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  • Performer: The Vitamin B12
  • Album: Heads (Volume Eight) - Wrong Notes
  • FLAC: 1253 mb | MP3: 1756 mb
  • Released: 2017
  • Country: UK
  • Style: Abstract, Experimental
  • Rating: 4.4/5
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The Vitamin B12 - Heads (Volume Eight) - Wrong Notes album flac

Tracklist

1 Pet Pup
2 Gr(e)ating
3 I Hate
4 Immelodica
5 Mathieu Paris
6 17
7 Quieter
8 Milford's Grave
9 Snappy Title
10 Suicide Tip
11 Symbol Cymon
12 Unhealthy Balance
13 Where The Cymbals
14 Yamahoohah
15 Kulo's Drum
16 Shortening
17 Lloyds
18 Turbo Mixdown
19 Drumbo
20 Sho'Nuff Clunky Music
21 Speed Metal
22 Very Reggae
23 Wear The Drums
24 wrOng nOte

Credits

  • Performer – Alasdair Willis, Frantisek Sic, Kulo Murugaiyan, Stephen Drennan

Notes

Tracks 19 to 24 are bonus tracks from the wrOng nOte prOject.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
8 The Vitamin B12 Heads (Volume 8) - Wrong Notes ‎(LP) Heads 8 UK 2005

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