Witness (cd)


Witness (cd)

Witness (album)

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Witness
Album par Witness
Sortie 1994
Enregistrement 1994
Durée 19 min. 23 s
Genre(s) Grunge
Producteur(s) Laurent Bouchet
Label Wit Prod
Albums de Witness
Smooth (1996)
Smooth (1996)
 Smooth (1996)

Witness est le premier maxi de Witness sorti en 1994.

Liste des morceaux

  1. An Awful Song
  2. A Son Of Mine
  3. Lost In Time
  4. Piss Off
  5. Mistrust

Participation

  • Cyril Mercier - chant
  • Emmanuel Berthault - basse, chant
  • Paco - guitare
  • Patrick Bourgoin - batterie
  • Gilles Laurent - guitare (Piss Off)
  • Pascal Drouard - Photographie, pochette
  • Portail du punk Portail du punk
  • Portail du metal Portail du metal
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