Various: No Speed Limit Volume One Compilation E.P., 7" Single (Vinyl)
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Various
No Speed Limit Volume One Compilation E.P.
Amen 81
Gomorrha
Irritate
Seuchenherd
Hapto
  • 7" Single (Vinyl)
  • Germany
first press.; split release by V and A from International
  • Civilisation Records
  • (CR 012)
  • 9 Tracks
  • no barcode
  • EX / EX
  • used

tracks

A1

Gomorrha
Break Down

A2

Amen 81
Die Filzlaus

A3

Seuchenherd
Reinstate / Misapprehend

A4

Seuchenherd
Last Line Of Defence - Slantwise

B1

Irritate
Fucking Hellish Pressure

B2

Irritate
Terrorize The Priest

B3

Irritate
In The Name Of Mortality

B4

Irritate
Let Your Streams Out By Murder

B5

Hapto
White Apes Of Mars

Credits

Bass
  • Jani
Drums
  • Sami Kettunen
Backing vocals
  • Sami Kettunen
Guitar
  • Janne
Vocals
  • Pasi

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