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A Cheap and Evil Girl

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Length  37:33
Artist  Bree Sharp
Label  Kirtland Records
A Cheap and Evil Girl (1999)  More B.S. (2002)
Release date  27 July 1999
Genres  Rock music, Pop music
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Released  July 27, 1999 (1999-07-27)
Producers  Simon Austin, Don DiLego, Roger Greenawalt
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A Cheap and Evil Girl is the debut album by singer-songwriter Bree Sharp. It was released by Trauma Records on July 27, 1999. The album peaked at #47 on Billboard's Top Heatseekers chart.

Contents

Personnel

  • Bree Sharp – lead and background vocals, guitar
  • Robbie Adams – background vocals
  • Simon Austin – guitar, background vocals
  • Bret Bass – bass
  • Knox Chandler – guitar, bass
  • Don DiLego – guitar, bass, piano, percussion, background vocals
  • Marko Djordjevic – drums
  • Mike Elizondo – bass
  • Paul Garisto – drums
  • Steve Hamilton – guitar
  • Mike Rogers – bass, drums, background vocals
  • Winston Roye – bass
  • Marty Sarandría – bass
  • Kevin Savigar – Hammond organ
  • Michael Urbano – drums
  • Songs

    1America2:54
    2David Duchovny4:09
    3Walk Away4:09

    References

    A Cheap and Evil Girl Wikipedia


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