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Graveland - The Celtic Winter / In the Glare of Burning Churches
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The Celtic Winter / In the Glare of Burning Churches

Graveland

Type:
Compilation
Release date:
1996
Label:
No Colours Records
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Disc 1
1. Intro  
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2. Call of the Black Forest   Show lyrics
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3. Hordes of Empire   Show lyrics
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4. The Night of Fullmoon   Show lyrics
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5. Prolog  
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6. The Gates to the Kingdom of Darkness   Show lyrics
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7. The Return of Funeral Winds   Show lyrics
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Disc 2
1. Intro / In the Glare of Burning Churches   Show lyrics
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2. The Night of Fullmoon   Show lyrics
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3. The Dark Dusk Abyss  
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4. Through the Occult Veil   Show lyrics
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5. For Pagan and Heretic's Blood   Show lyrics
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6. Instrumental  
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7. Hordes of Empire   Show lyrics
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8. The Gates to the Kingdom of Darkness / Outro   Show lyrics
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Double LP limited to 500 copies. Gatefold with inner sheet. Cat. NC 009 / 010.

Disc 1: LP "The Celtic Winter"
Side A: Songs 1 to 4
Side B: Songs 5 to 7

Disc 2: LP " In the Glare of Burning Churches"
Side A: Songs 1 to 4
Side B: Songs 5 to 8

Also released as tape by Osiris Productions in 1998.
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