|Tooth of Crime|
|Studio album by|
|Producer||T Bone Burnett|
|T Bone Burnett chronology|
Tooth of Crime is an album by T Bone Burnett. The album is a selection of music written by Burnett for the 1996 production of Sam Shepard's play The Tooth of Crime .
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