Closedunruh: Nichts Schmeckt - Doch Alles Schmeckt Gut!, LP (Vinyl)
Closedunruh: Nichts Schmeckt - Doch Alles Schmeckt Gut!, LP (Vinyl)
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Closedunruh : Nichts Schmeckt - Doch Alles Schmeckt Gut!

  • LP (Vinyl)
  • Germany
7 tracks by Tier (Cretins/Blut + Eisen)
  • E-Klageto
  • (002)
  • 7 Tracks
  • no barcode
  • M / M
  • used
  • sealed, no CDR

tracks

A1

Nichts Schmeckt

A2

Kopfschmerzen Im Knie

A3

Sonnenuhr (Floating)

B1

Stein Aus Strom

B2

Bevor's Weh Tut

B3

Der Ermordete

B4

Herz Aus Kreuz

Credits

Design
  • A. Fixstern
Lyrics By
Mastered By
  • Yangwelle
Mixed By
  • Thomas Tier
Music By
Photography By
  • A. Fixstern
Vocals
  • Yangwelle

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LP (Vinyl)