Space To Being: Untitled / Jump To The Street... And Make It Right!!, 7" Single (Vinyl)
Space To Being: Untitled / Jump To The Street... And Make It Right!!, 7" Single (Vinyl)
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Space To Being
Taste Of Flesh
Untitled / Jump To The Street... And Make It Right!!

  • 7" Single (Vinyl)
  • European Union
split release by Taste Of Flesh (Indonesia) and Space To Being (Czech Republic)
  • Phobia Records
  • (PR 011)
  • Disastro Sonoro Records
  • (DSR-007)
  • G.R.F.Records & Distribution
  • (G02)
  • Outcry Records
  • (DKYM 17)
  • Thrash Steady Syndicate
  • (DKYM 17)
  • Project Productions
  • (DKYM 17)
  • First Blood Family
  • (release # 14)
  • Beer Is Not Drink Records
  • (DKYM 17)
  • Mass Suicide Society Conspiracy
  • (DKYM 17)
  • Rage Dis Records
  • (RD014)
  • Templetton Records
  • (TEMP005)
  • Vinyl Disease Records
  • (DKYM 17)
  • Undislessed Records
  • (UND # 18)
  • Drugs Kill Your Mind
  • (DKYM 17)
  • 10 Tracks
  • no barcode
  • EX+ / EX+
  • used

tracks

A1

Space To Being
Your Hardcore

A2

Space To Being
Surfer

A3

Space To Being
Barricades

A4

Space To Being
Charles Bronson

A5

Space To Being
Downhill

B1

Taste Of Flesh
Because Always Bother Me

B2

Taste Of Flesh
Point Which Will Not Find There's Only Led Us Each

B3

Taste Of Flesh
Mindful Of The Morrow Day

B4

Taste Of Flesh
No Solution Dead End

B5

Taste Of Flesh
Stabbed In The Back

Credits

Artwork
  • Wodnya
  • Fatroy
Bass
  • Ládin
  • Wawan Fury
Drums
  • B G Andrew
  • Beer
Engineer
  • Iram
  • Taste Of Flesh
Mixed By
  • Iram
  • Taste Of Flesh
Lyrics By
Written By
Guitar
  • Hary Apunx
  • Péťa
Layout
  • Taste Of Flesh
Photography By
  • Amor
  • Josef
Vocals
  • Pepa Přikryl
  • Wahyu Sanjaya

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