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|1.||Sanity Obscure||06:11||Show lyrics|
|2.||Wisdom's Call||03:46||Show lyrics|
|4.||Idols of Ignorance||04:44||Show lyrics|
|5.||Stop the Madness||05:03||Show lyrics|
|6.||Dies Irae (Day of Wrath)||05:49||Show lyrics|
|7.||Dust to Dust||05:02||Show lyrics|
|8.||Like a Song (U2 cover)||03:23||Show lyrics|
|Julianne Laird Hoge||Soprano (on 6)|
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"Dies Irae" orchestration composed by Scott Laird.
"Dies Irae" band sections composed by Kurt Bachman.
"Dies Irae" concept and general chaotic madness by Doug Mann.
Also released in 1991 by Roadrunner Records. The R.E.X. Records release was for a christian target audience, while the Roadrunner Records release was for the secular audience.
Remastered and re-released in 2005 by Retroactive Records (RAR7790) as limited edition of 1000 units with instrumental bonus track (from 1987 demo):
09. I.Y.F. (In Your Face) 04:56
Re-released in 2007 (Europe) and 2008 (USA) by Metal Mind Productions in digipack format.
Recorded and mixed at Morning Star Studios, Spring House, PA.
Barcode: 0 9260-40010-2 6
Matrix / Runout: DIDX-009462 1
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