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The clean vocals were sung by Christopher Amott on "End of the Line" and "Dehumanization".
"Leave Before the Lights Come On" is a song by Sheffield-based indie rock band Arctic Monkeys and was released on 14 August 2006 as the band's third single in the United Kingdom.
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It was written by Max Martin, Kristian Lundin and Brian Littrell and is mainly a tribute to the group's fans.
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