AC4: AC4, LP (Vinyl)
AC4: AC4, LP (Vinyl)
AC4: AC4, LP (Vinyl)
€14.90
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AC4
AC4
  • LP (Vinyl)
  • Sweden
limited edition of 500 copies on white vinyl, lyric sheet included
  • Ny Väg Records
  • (NyVåg # 123)
  • 15 Tracks
  • EAN 4024572404321
  • EX / EX
  • used

tracks

A1

Detonate

1:30
A2

Where Are The Kids

1:01
A3

I Wanna Go

1:34
A4

The Same Fight

1:36
A5

Assassination

1:22
A6

Fuck The Pigs

1:08
A7

I Can Do It

1:53
B1

Won't Bow Down

1:19
B2

It Catches Up

1:50
B3

My Condition

0:58
B4

Pigs Lose

1:10
B5

It's Over In A Second

0:52
B6

Let's Go To War

1:45
B7

Coptown

1:18
B8

This Is It

1:43

Credits

rockers related
  • Refused
  • Vectors (Sweden)
Artwork
  • Marcus Axelsson
  • Robert Pettersson
Layout
  • Marcus Axelsson
  • Robert Pettersson
Bass
  • David Sandström
Drums
  • Jens Nordén
Guitar
  • Karl Backman
Mastered by
  • Pelle Henricsson
Mixed by
  • Oskar Sandlund
Music by
Lyrics by
Photography by
  • Marcus Axelsson
  • Moa Frygell
  • Roger Degerman
Recorded by
  • Fredrik Lyxzén
Vocals
  • Dennis Lyxzén

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