H.I.C. Systeemi: Total Blackout, LP (Vinyl)
H.I.C. Systeemi: Total Blackout, LP (Vinyl)
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H.I.C. Systeemi
Total Blackout
  • LP (Vinyl)
  • Germany
lyric sheet included
  • Höhnie Records
  • (HO142)
  • 20 Tracks
  • no barcode
  • EX / EX
  • used
  • minor hairline marks on vinyl, minor shelf wear on sleeve

tracks

A1

Vakaumus

A2

Kauhujen Yö

A3

Muistikatko

A4

Aurinko

A5

Rikos

A6

Jätä Jämät

A7

Ei Sotaa

A8

Sielut

A9

Uraa !

A10

Lunttu

A11

Kirkot Sotii

A12

Kauhun Tasapaino

B1

Valtataistelu

B2

Ei Ikina

B3

Raha

B4

Ilta

B5

Pää Täyteen

B6

Mainoslehtinen

B7

Itsetuho

B8

Sinivalkoinen Lama

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