|Those Who Sow Sorrow Shall Reap Rage|
|Studio album by Brat Attack|
|Recorded||October 2006-February 2007|
|Label||Rebel Time Records, 3rd Generation Recordz|
|Producer||Brat Attack, Jared Weiss|
|Brat Attack chronology|
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