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Headstones

Lake of Tears

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
October 17th, 1995
Catalog ID:
BMCD 72
Label:
Black Mark Production
Format:
CD
Reviews:
3 reviews (avg. 93%)
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2. Raven Land 05:42   Show lyrics
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3. Dreamdemons 05:14   Show lyrics
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4. Sweetwater 04:33   Show lyrics
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5. Life's But a Dream 01:25   instrumental
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6. Headstones 05:16   Show lyrics
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7. Twilight 04:58   Show lyrics
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8. Burn Fire Burn 03:39   Show lyrics
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9. The Path of the Gods (Upon the Highest Mountain, Part 2) 13:29   Show lyrics
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Band members
Johan Oudhuis Drums
Mikael Larsson Bass
Jonas Eriksson Guitars
Daniel Brennare Vocals, Guitars
Guest/Session
Annica Karlsson Vocals (female)
Mikael Hult Guitars (acoustic) (on 'Headstones')
Ulf Petterson Keyboards
Miscellaneous staff
Kristian Wåhlin Cover art
Anton Hedberg Photography
Boss Executive producer
Ulf Petterson Producer, Recording, Mixing
Daniel Brennare Music
Johan Oudhuis Drums
Mikael Larsson Bass
Jonas Eriksson Guitars
Daniel Brennare Vocals, Guitars
Annica Karlsson Vocals (female)
Mikael Hult Guitars (acoustic) (on 'Headstones')
Ulf Petterson Keyboards
Kristian Wåhlin Cover art
Anton Hedberg Photography
Boss Executive producer
Ulf Petterson Producer, Recording, Mixing
Daniel Brennare Music
Read Up the hill the headstones... 97% zhay777 January 14th, 2014
Read You WILL believe. 95% autothrall March 19th, 2010
Read Pure Swedish Doom 87% natrix February 1st, 2009

Recorded, mixed and produced at the Wavestation in March / April 1995 by Ulf Petterson and Lake of Tears.

Released on tape by Morbid Noizz Productions (068).

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