Casual Sex

Album: Sick and Twisted Affair (2012)
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  • This is the first single from Canadian rock band My Darkest Days' second studio album, Sick and Twisted Affair. The song was produced by Joey Moi, who has also manned the boards for Hinder and Santana and mixed by Nirvana and Linkin Park engineer Andy Wallace. It was sent to Canadian rock radios on January 13, 2012 and released to iTunes four days later.
  • The song features guitar work from Rob Zombie's axeman John 5. John William Lowery had his stage name bestowed on him in 1998 when he left David Lee Roth's group, (he co-wrote "Thug Pop" on the Diamond Dave album), and joined Marilyn Manson's band as their guitarist. Manson has claimed the name came from a time when he considered naming himself and his bandmates with numbers.
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