Fear Of Extinction: Distorted Minds In A Sick World Vol. 1, LP (Vinyl)
Fear Of Extinction: Distorted Minds In A Sick World Vol. 1, LP (Vinyl)
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Fear Of Extinction
Final Slum War
Krüger
Diskobra
Distorted Minds In A Sick World Vol. 1
  • LP (Vinyl)
  • Czech Republic
insert included
  • Phobia Records
  • (PR 087)
  • Sick Company
  • (none)
  • Wahnfried Records
  • (none)
  • Rawmantic Disasters
  • (042)
  • Wolfdrunk
  • (none)
  • Permaculture Records (2)
  • (PCR03)
  • Dzsukhell Rekords
  • (DZSR027)
  • Deviance
  • (none)
  • 21 Tracks
  • no barcode
  • EX / EX
  • used

tracks

A1

Fear Of Extinction
Liars

A2

Fear Of Extinction
Annihilate // Exterminate

A3

Fear Of Extinction
Dead Puppets

A4

Fear Of Extinction
Police Bastard (Doom)

A5

Final Slum War
X9 PT2

A6

Final Slum War
Sem Educacao

A7

Final Slum War
Marcha Funebre

A8

Final Slum War
A Casa Caiu

A9

Final Slum War
Sem Futuro, Sem Esperanca

B1

Krüger
Zaslepeny Minulostou

B2

Krüger
Drzost

B3

Krüger
Po Svojom

B4

Krüger
Nieco Konci, Nieco Zacina

B5

Krüger
Vojna

B6

Diskobra
Agyfasz

B7

Diskobra
Rabszolga

B8

Diskobra
Valsag

B9

Diskobra
Haboru

B10

Diskobra
Metely

B11

Diskobra
Rohadek

B12

Diskobra
Fanyaoszag (Szegyen Es Gyalazat)

Credits

Bass
  • Krystof
Drums
  • Wolfdrunk
Guitar
  • Feros
Vocals
  • Blanche
  • Tudo

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