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Crash At Every Speed - Pedestrian X-ing mp3

Performer: Crash At Every Speed
Title: Pedestrian X-ing
Country: Ireland
Catalog Number: [CAR101]
Label: Bored Bear Recordings
Released: 12 May 2011
Style: Noise
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 979


1Pedestrian X-ing


5th disc of a monthly subscription series for 2011.

Recorded in December 2010.


  • Recorded At – Dogville Studio


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