℗ 2022 Atlantic Recording Corporation
Released March 4, 2022
Duration 19m 54s
Record Label Atlantic Records
Genre Alternative (Pop)

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Untitled Vol. 1

Caspr

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1.1
Hate Me (feat. Travis Barker)
Caspr; Travis Barker
2:13
1.2
Coke Nose
Caspr
2:44
1.3
Don’t Make Sense
Caspr
2:45
1.4
Play Pretend (feat. Travis Barker)  EXPLICIT
Caspr; Travis Barker
2:42
1.5
Want Me Dead
Caspr
3:13
1.6
Duct Tape Lips
Caspr
2:47
1.7
Snow
Caspr
3:30
Rising star Caspr releases Untitled Vol. 1, a 7-track collection of originals drawing influence from the hayday of emo and pop-punk. The offering features lead single "Coke Nose", which was produced by Travis Barker and Omer Fedi.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Atlantic Records Studio Masters

Tracks 5, 7 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 48 kHz / 24-bit
Track titlePeak (dB FS)RMS (dB FS)DR
Album average
Range of values
-0.22
-0.47 to -0.11
-10.03
-10.96 to -9.31
5
4 to 7
1
Hate Me (feat. Travis Barker)
-0.11-9.405
2
Coke Nose
-0.18-10.005
3
Don’t Make Sense
0.00-10.967
4
Play Pretend (feat. Travis Barker)
-0.21-9.724
5
Want Me Dead
-0.11-9.315
6
Duct Tape Lips
-0.47-10.445
7
Snow
0.00-10.396

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