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Sixty Watt Shaman - Reason to Live
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Reason to Live

Sixty Watt Shaman

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
September 24th, 2002
Catalog ID:
SPITCD180
Label:
Spitfire Records
Format:
CD
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2. Reason to Live 04:28   Show lyrics
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3. Blind by Morning 04:13   Show lyrics
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4. Horse You Rode in On 03:16   Show lyrics
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5. Our Name Is War 03:42   Show lyrics
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6. The Mill Wheel 03:30   Show lyrics
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7. Long Hard Road 04:12   Show lyrics
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8. The Evil Behavior of Ordinary People 03:38   Show lyrics
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9. My Ruin 02:23   Show lyrics
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10. Breathe Again 03:58   Show lyrics
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11. One Good Leg and a Bottle of Booze 03:10   Show lyrics
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12. All My Love 01:47  
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13. Distance 05:03   Show lyrics
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14. When the Morning Comes 03:48   Show lyrics
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15. When I'm Alone 07:13   Show lyrics
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16. All Things Come to Pass 12:45   Show lyrics
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Band members
Reverend James Robert Forrester (R.I.P. 2017) Bass
Daniel Kerzwick Vocals, Guitars, Percussion
"Minnesota" Pete Campbell Drums
Joe Selby Guitars
Guest/Session
Scott "Wino" Weinrich Guitars (track 16)
Scott Reeder Bass
Miscellaneous staff
Brad Moore Cover art (back)
Scott Reeder Co-producer
Bruce Falkinburg Engineering, Mixing
Reverend James Robert Forrester (R.I.P. 2017) Bass
Daniel Kerzwick Vocals, Guitars, Percussion
"Minnesota" Pete Campbell Drums
Joe Selby Guitars
Scott "Wino" Weinrich Guitars (track 16)
Scott Reeder Bass
Brad Moore Cover art (back)
Scott Reeder Co-producer
Bruce Falkinburg Engineering, Mixing
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