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We Are Not Your Kind

Slipknot

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1
Insert Coin
Slipknot
1:38
2
EXPLICITUnsainted
Slipknot
4:20
3
EXPLICITBirth Of The Cruel
Slipknot
4:35
4
Death Because of Death
Slipknot
1:20
5
EXPLICITNero Forte
Slipknot
5:15
6
Critical Darling
Slipknot
6:25
7
A Liar's Funeral
Slipknot
5:27
8
EXPLICITRed Flag
Slipknot
4:11
9
What's Next
Slipknot
0:53
10
Spiders
Slipknot
4:03
11
EXPLICITOrphan
Slipknot
6:01
12
My Pain
Slipknot
6:48
13
EXPLICITNot Long for This World
Slipknot
6:35
14
EXPLICITSolway Firth
Slipknot
5:55
Total Playing Time    63:26
We Are Not Your Kind is the sixth studio album by American heavy metal band Slipknot, released under the Roadrunner Records imprint. The album is named after a phrase from Slipknot's earlier release All Out Life.

"[This album is] the most time we've had to write a record, and work stuff out together [...] while the industry is moving toward singles, Slipknot wanted to make an album experience, front to back."
- Jim Root (Guitarist)
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Roadrunner Records Studio Masters

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