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Bite Your Tongue

Slow Corpse

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1.1
In My Head
Slow Corpse
2:40
1.2
Every Little Thing
Slow Corpse
3:03
1.3
Gimme Your Love
Slow Corpse
2:55
1.4
It Feels Right
Slow Corpse
2:20
1.5
All Night
Slow Corpse
2:46
1.6
Slow Down
Slow Corpse
2:48
1.7
Imfuckingsadrnlol  EXPLICIT
Slow Corpse
1:28
1.8
Okay
Slow Corpse
3:27
1.9
Wasted
Slow Corpse
2:31
1.10
Like You Care
Slow Corpse
2:04
1.11
Sit Next To You
Slow Corpse
2:11
1.12
Playing Sick
Slow Corpse
3:20
1.13
Confused
Slow Corpse
2:09
1.14
This Song Is For You
Slow Corpse
2:38
Total Playing Time    36:20
Bite Your Tongue is the second full-length release from Slow Corpse; the indie-rock power couple, Mitchell Winters & Brenton Clarke. At 14-tracks, 37-minutes, the album leaps effortlessly from R&B, to punk, bedroom pop, and hip-hop; showcasing a whole new sonic direction for the duo. Recorded in marathon, late-night sessions in cramped basements throughout the state of Oregon, Bite Your Tongue is a patchwork of ambivalence, hedonism, self-deprecation, confidence, heartbreak, and ultimately acceptance.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Tender Loving Empire Studio Masters

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