Skitsystem: Grå Värld / Svarta Tankar, LP (Vinyl)
Skitsystem: Grå Värld / Svarta Tankar, LP (Vinyl)
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Skitsystem
Grå Värld / Svarta Tankar
  • LP (Vinyl)
  • United States
includes lyric sheet
  • Havoc Records
  • (HC1210)
  • Havoc Records
  • (HC 1210)
  • 15 Tracks
  • EX / EX+
  • virgin

tracks

A1

I Skuggan Av Erat Sverige

A2

Det Sociala Arvet

A3

Pain, Death, Hate

A4

Skrivet I Blod, Ristat I Sten

A5

Grå Värld

A6

När Ska Ni Fatta? (II)

A7

No Hope, No Future, No Second Chance

A8

Apati

B1

Svarta Tankar

B2

Steget Efter

B3

Stars & Stripes = Scars & Strife

B4

Sömnlös Skärseld

B5

Untitled

B6

Missledd

B7

Mina Ögon Har Äntligen Slutat Att Se

Credits

Bass
  • Alex Skitsystem
Cover
  • Punksam
  • Skitsystem
Drums
  • Kalle Skitsystem
Lacquer cut by
  • Mark Richardson
Mastered by
  • Göran Finnberg
Recorded by
  • Mathias Färm
  • Mieszko Talarczyk
  • Skitsystem
Mixed by
  • Mathias Färm
  • Mieszko Talarczyk
  • Skitsystem
Vocals
  • Fredrik Skitsystem
  • Tompa Skitsystem
Guitar
  • Fredrik Skitsystem
  • Tompa Skitsystem

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