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Evil's Birth (1989-2002)

Horrid

Type:
Compilation
Release date:
2002
Catalog ID:
MHP0012
Label:
More Hate Productions
Format:
CD
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1. Misunderstood God 04:39  
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2. The Prophecy 06:43  
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3. Is God Worthy of You 03:50  
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4. Blasphemic Creature 03:46  
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5. Internal Torment (Part I) 04:50  
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6. Internal Torment (Part II) 04:59  
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7. Save Your Night For Me 04:28  
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8. Symbol of Hate 03:11   instrumental
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9. Return Death for Death 05:04  
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10. Outro 00:44   instrumental
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11. Obscurity (Live) 04:25  
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12. Mephistophelian Chaos (Live) 05:07  
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13. The Period of the Deep Thought (Live) 02:48  
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14. Winds of Procreation (Original Version Live) 11:23  
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Compilation contains:
- Blasphemic Creatures (MCD 1998, tracks 1-4)
- Your Are Mine (Demo-tape 1994, tracks 5-9)
- Live in Turin Italy - Unreleased material (Tracks 10-13)

- Blasphemic Creatures (MCD 1998, tracks 1-4)
James - Vocals
Belfagor - guitar
Max - Bass
Matt - Drums

- Your Are Mine (Demo-tape 1994, tracks 5-9)
James - Vocals
Belfagor - guitar
Max - Bass
Draughar - Drums

- Live in Turin - Unreleased material (Tracks 10-13)
James - Vocals
Belfagor - guitar
Robert - Guitar
Max - Bass
Mick - Drums

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