Justin Clayton - Limb album flac
|8||You Sink Me|
|11||If You Feel Like Comin' Down|
NotesFor Promotional Use Only.
|ULT002||Justin Clayton||Limb (CD, Album)||Ultimatum Music||ULT002||US||1999|
|none||Justin Clayton||Limb (CD, Album, Promo)||Ultimatum Music||none||US||1999|
|ULT002||Justin Clayton||Limb (LP, Album)||Ultimatum Music||ULT002||US||1999|
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Phantom Limb is the fourth studio album by the band Pig Destroyer, released on June 12, 2007 in the United States and June 18 in the rest of the world. The album was released on CD and LP. Vocalist JR Hayes said the line up of 14 songs are "the most deranged metal songs we could come up with". The album cover art was done by John Baizley. All lyrics written by J. R. Hayes. J. Hayes – vocals. Scott Hull – guitar, mixing, production. Brian Harvey – drums.
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