The Brood - Defective album flac
- Album: Defective
- FLAC: 1137 mb | MP3: 1659 mb
- Released: 2014
- Style: Punk
- Rating: 4.4/5
- Votes: 668
- Format: DXD APE TTA RA MP2 VQF MMF
|A-1||No Way Out|
- Bass – Janine*
- Drums – Erik*
- Guitar – Shawn*
- Vocals – Ned*
NotesRecorded January 2014 by Steve Roache at Permanent Hearing Damage
Mastered by Brad Boatright
Mastered for vinyl by John Golden
Cover art by Cassidy McGinley
Back cover logo art by Patt Whelan
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- Matrix / Runout: Cromosoma-3
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