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  • Skinflint is a metal band from an unexpected locale: Botswana. Like the rest of their 2012 album, the title track is said to be inspired by "African spirituality," in particular a night visitation. Running to around 3 minutes 42 seconds, as far as night visitations go, this one is far more sinister than Sammy Hagar experienced with "Silver Lights." >>
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    Alexander Baron - London, England

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