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|1.||They Used Dark Forces / Teutonic Witch||29:05||Show lyrics|
|3.||Funeral Summer||11:41||Show lyrics|
|1.||One Last Time||15:39||Show lyrics|
|3.||Caesar Forever||15:43||Show lyrics|
|4.||Anywhere Out of This World||25:32||Show lyrics|
|Earl of Void||Drums, Guitars (additional)|
|Albert Witchfinder||Bass, Vocals|
|Albert||Design, Layout, Producer|
|Niko Nightspirit||Recording (drums) (on "Anywhere Out of This World")|
|Joona Lukala||Engineering, Mixing (additional)|
|Danil Venho||Engineering, Mixing|
|Earl of Void||Engineering, Mixing, Producer|
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''Caesar Forever'' was written by Peter Vicar, the other songs by Albert Witchfinder.
The paintings by Jan Tooroop:
O grave, where is thy Victory, 1892.
The sleeve was designed and laid out by Albert, and realised by Janne Peltonen.
The honourable guests: King Billy and Baby Disco of the notorious Rat Pack.
Dedicated to the memory of Kirka Babitzin, 1950-2007.
Disc 2 also has an unlisted fifth track (02:35). The band nicknamed it "Mallorca".
Was released with a sticker on the front cover saying "Doom Metal is dead".
Kundalini is a term used to describe energy in Indian meditation.
Produced by Reverend Bizarre.
Engineered and mixed by Danil Venho and Earl of Void, with a little help from Joona Lukala.
Sessions were held in Red House from 7th of February to 2nd of May, 2007 e.v.
The drums for Anywhere Out of This World were recorded by Niko Nighspirit in Red House 2004/05 e.v. during the Crush the Insects sessions.
Mastered by Count Jussila at Finnvox studios, Helsinki, 10th of May.