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The Boy Who Died Wolf

Highly Suspect

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1.1
My Name Is Human  EXPLICIT
Highly Suspect
4:18
1.2
Look Alive, Stay Alive  EXPLICIT
Highly Suspect
2:10
1.3
Little One  EXPLICIT
Highly Suspect
4:01
1.4
For Billy  EXPLICIT
Highly Suspect
3:38
1.5
Serotonia  EXPLICIT
Highly Suspect
5:53
1.6
Postres  EXPLICIT
Highly Suspect
2:32
1.7
Send Me An Angel
Highly Suspect
4:29
1.8
Viper Strike  EXPLICIT
Highly Suspect
3:19
1.9
F.W.Y.T.  EXPLICIT
Highly Suspect
3:29
1.10
Chicago  EXPLICIT
Highly Suspect
4:23
1.11
Wolf  EXPLICIT
Highly Suspect
6:56
Total Playing Time    45:08
The Boy Who Died Wolf is the second studio album by American rock band Highly Suspect. It was recorded in Bogotá, Colombia and Brooklyn, New York. The album's lead single "My Name Is Human" reached No. 1 on Billboard's Mainstream Rock chart, the band's first single to do so, and was nominated for Best Rock Song at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards.
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Tracks 2-11 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM

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