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  • The opening track of Blaster, this sets the tone for the rest of the record. Scott Weiland told TeamRock: "I'm almost rapping the melody here in the verses, spitting out a lot of syllables over the beat, and I think that makes it a really original song. I think it's a good entry point into the album."

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