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Zachary Reid - Hate Noise mp3 track

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Performer: Zachary Reid
Title: Hate Noise
Released: 2016
Style: Ambient, Drone, Noise
Category: Electronic
Rating: 4.4 ✦


1 Hate Noise 08:21
2 Sex Traitor 06:07
3 Radio Poison 09:58
4 For It Made Me Stand Tall 04:00
5 Burner 01:31
6 Drowned 05:29
7 Pain 01:42
8 Sick 08:35
9 No One Likes Us 12:00


  • Composed By, Producer, Mastered By – Zack Hansen


Recorded in September-October 2015 in Tucson, AZ. All recording, writing and production handled by Zack Hansen.

Mixed and mastered throughout 2016 by Zack Hansen in Tucson, AZ.

Hate Noise" Track Info. Release Date December 23, 2016. Hate Noise Zachary Reid.

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It's okay if you hate me or if you don't like me, your opinions don't matter.

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