Herida Profunda: Herida Profunda / Hellbastard, LP (Vinyl)
Herida Profunda: Herida Profunda / Hellbastard, LP (Vinyl)
Herida Profunda: Herida Profunda / Hellbastard, LP (Vinyl)
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Herida Profunda
Hellbastard
Herida Profunda / Hellbastard
  • LP (Vinyl)
  • European Union
picture disc, limited edition of 200 copies with extra screenprinted sleeve, includes insert and sticker
  • Phobia Records
  • (PR 108)
  • Wooaaargh
  • (WRG043)
  • Here And Now!
  • (HAN034)
  • Vleesklak Records
  • (VKR 015)
  • Mundo En Kaos Records
  • (M.E.K. - 014)
  • Pandora Records (5)
  • (PR001)
  • Incredible Noise Records
  • (INR007)
  • Grind Your Mind Records
  • (GYM#010)
  • N.I.C.
  • (none)
  • 783 Landsberg Hardcore Crew
  • (LHC003)
  • Svoboda Records
  • (SVOBLP047)
  • Civilisation Records
  • (CR 034)
  • DIY Koło
  • (DIY 08)
  • Tercer Mundo Distro
  • (none)
  • 15 Tracks
  • no barcode
  • EX+ / EX
  • used

tracks

A1

Herida Profunda
Taniec Smierci / Danse Macabre (intro)

00:53
A2

Herida Profunda
Zjedz Zanim Zgnije / Eat Before Rot

01:20
A3

Herida Profunda
1.3.1.2.

01:28
A4

Herida Profunda
Ostatnia Chwila / Last Moment

01:13
A5

Herida Profunda
Cyrk / Circus

02:24
A6

Herida Profunda
Szmal / Filthy Money

01:21
A7

Herida Profunda
Alerta 161!

00:19
A8

Herida Profunda
Pulapka / A Trap

01:39
A9

Herida Profunda
Hipokryzja / Hipocrisy (outro)

03:04
A10

Herida Profunda
You Suffer (Napalm Death - Hidden Track)

00:01
B1

Hellbastard
In Praise Of Cats

Featuring
  • A. Droid
01:26
B2

Hellbastard
Engineering Human Consciousness...-(The Removal Of...)

03:55
B3

Hellbastard
Big Business Pighole

03:38
B4

Hellbastard
Going Postal

03:20
B5

Hellbastard
Wolfsong ... To The Dead ...

04:56

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