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Sardonyx > Tiafe Gschichtn
Sardonyx - Tiafe Gschichtn
Sardonyx discography (demos)
< Leichenschmaus
(1995)
Sardonyx discography (all)
< Leichenschmaus
(1995)

Tiafe Gschichtn

Sardonyx

Type:
Demo
Release date:
1996
Catalog ID:
N/A
Label:
Independent
Format:
Unknown
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2. Auszuckt 03:04   Show lyrics
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3. Ka Gl├╝ck 02:45   Show lyrics
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4. s'Heisl hod Hunga 02:37   Show lyrics
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5. Sardonyx 03:40  
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6. Da Magnolienbam 03:40   Show lyrics
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7. Zombie-Zirkus 04:11   Show lyrics
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8. Leichngift 05:12   Show lyrics
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9. As the Darkness Ends 03:16   Show lyrics
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10. Warum? 03:50   Show lyrics
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11. Inkubus und Sukkubus 01:30  
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12. Da Virus 03:46  
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13. Dance Undead 03:43  
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14. Mental Desert 04:19   Show lyrics
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15. S.U.K. (Sekt und Kaviar) 04:05   Show lyrics
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Band members
Hannes Lenhardt Drums
Bobby Spieß Guitars
Günter Dvorak Vocals, Bass
Miscellaneous staff
Michael Pösl Producer, Recording
Hannes Lenhardt Drums
Bobby Spieß Guitars
Günter Dvorak Vocals, Bass
Michael Pösl Producer, Recording
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"Tiafe Gschichtn" literally means "deep/low stories", but the actual meaning in Viennese German is figurative as in "tasteless/lowbrow stories/matters".

Song title translations:
2. Gone mad/freaked out
3. No luck
4. The toilet is hungry
6. The magnolia tree
7. Zombie circus
8. Cadaveric poison
10. Why?
11. Incubus and Succubus
12. The Virus
13. Sparkling wine and caviar

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Added on: 2009-11-12 00:35:35 Last modified on: 2012-05-20 19:24:44
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