Various: Hangover Heartattack - A Tribute To Poison Idea, LP (Vinyl)
Various: Hangover Heartattack - A Tribute To Poison Idea, LP (Vinyl)
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Various
Hangover Heartattack - A Tribute To Poison Idea
Baffdecks
Kill Your Idols
Mata-Ratos
Paintbox
Ratos De Porao
und 13 weitere ...

  • LP (Vinyl)
  • Germany
gatefold sleeve, with booklet
  • Farewell Records
  • (FWR #24)
  • Network Of Friends
  • (none)
  • Ataque Sonoro
  • (none)
  • 18 Tracks
  • heavy item (500g)
  • EX+ / EX+
  • virgin
  • new and unplayed but not sealed

tracks

A1

Bonehouse
Hangover Heartattack

A2

Barcode
Die On Your Knees

A3

Godnose
A.A.

A4

Path Of Destruction
Taken By Surprise

A5

Calibre 12
Allright

A6

Baffdecks
Plastic Bomb

A7

Rat Bastards
Laughing Boys

A8

Agrotóxico
Punish Me

A9

Paintbox
Thorn In My Side

B1

Diavolo Rosso
Lifestyles

B2

Blasting Process
Gone For Good

B3

Kill Your Idols
Made To Be Broken

B4

Bolzen
Rich Get Richer

B5

Mata-Ratos
A Verdade Portras De Tudo (Drain)

B6

Toe To Toe
Just To Get Away

B7

6000 Crazy
Discontent

B8

Ratos De Porao
Pure Hate

B9

Wolfbrigade
Say Goodbye

Credits

Artwork
  • Fritte
Written By

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