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Reign of Lunacy

Gorelust

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
1995
Catalog ID:
UMGC002 NWR495
Label:
New World Symphony
Format:
CD
Reviews:
1 review (avg. 85%)
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2. Abhorrence Beyond Repugnance 02:28   Show lyrics
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3. Sclerosed Brain Eater 03:07   Show lyrics
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4. Reign of Lunacy 03:08   Show lyrics
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5. Indigestible Human Remains 02:22   Show lyrics
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6. Bleed Upon the Cross 03:28   Show lyrics
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7. Anthropophagist 04:10   Show lyrics
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8. Extreme Aggressions (Kreator cover) 04:20   Show lyrics
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9. Infant Devourment 03:47   Show lyrics
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Band members
Martin Fournier Guitars
Jeff Olivier Guitars
Pascal Chevrier Bass
Francis Marmen Drums
Jean Beaulieu Vocals
Guest/Session
Steeve Hurdle (R.I.P. 2012) Vocals (backing)
Steve Cloutier Vocals (backing) (on "Extreme Aggressions" & "Infant Devourment")
Luc Lemay Vocals (backing) (on "Extreme Aggressions" & "Infant Devourment")
Miscellaneous staff
Normand Ouellette Cover art
Pierre Rémillard Engineering
Fernand Martel Mastering
Steeve Hurdle (R.I.P. 2012) Vocals (backing)
Steve Cloutier Vocals (backing) (on "Extreme Aggressions" & "Infant Devourment")
Luc Lemay Vocals (backing) (on "Extreme Aggressions" & "Infant Devourment")
Normand Ouellette Cover art
Pierre Rémillard Engineering
Fernand Martel Mastering
Read Buried in the Sands of Time 85% VilliThorne January 11th, 2013

Distributed by Universal Music Group in Canada, USA, Italy, France and by Repulse in Spain.

Recording information:

Recorded, mixed and mastered at Le Studio Victor

Identifiers:

Matrix code: DISQUE AMERIC 0EJR3<142NWR495

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