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Language-Arts - Where Were You In The Wild? flac album

Language-Arts - Where Were You In The Wild? flac album
  • Performer Language-Arts
  • Title Where Were You In The Wild?
  • Date of release 2009
  • Style Indie Pop
  • Other formats FLAC VQF AAC ASF AU AIFF DTS
  • Genre Rock / Pop / World & Folk & Country
  • Size MP3 1238 mb
  • Size FLAC 1342 mb
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 174

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1 Cavity
2 White Socks In Birkenstocks
3 Where Were You In The Wild?
4 Lighthouse
5 Coughdrop
6 Benson
7 Boxed In
8 Grandfather Of The Buffalo
9 Shapes And Sizes
10 Tuck It In
11 Stay There!


  • Bass, Electric Bass – Michael Vaughan
  • Cello – Shin Jung Nam
  • Drums, Percussion, Synthesizer, Producer, Engineer, Mixed By, Arranged By – Gregor Phillips
  • Engineer – Caleb Stull, Trevor Schultz
  • Keyboards – Karma Sohn
  • Mastered By – Stephan Mihajlovich
  • Violin, Viola – Meredith Bates
  • Vocals, Banjo, Piano, Written-By, Guitar – Kristen Cudmore