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Dead Again

Suicidal Angels

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
November 19th, 2010
Catalog ID:
NARCD004LTD
Label:
NoiseArt Records
Format:
CD
Reviews:
3 reviews (avg. 78%)
1. Damnation 01:21   instrumental
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2. Reborn in Violence 04:18   Show lyrics
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3. Bleeding Holocaust 02:54   Show lyrics
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4. The Trial 03:36   Show lyrics
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5. Suicide Solution 02:34   Show lyrics
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6. Beggar of Scorn 05:21   Show lyrics
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7. Victimized 04:13   Show lyrics
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8. Violent Abuse 02:35   Show lyrics
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9. The Lies of Resurrection 04:18   Show lyrics
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10. Search for Recreation 02:52   Show lyrics
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11. Dead Again 03:02   Show lyrics
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12. Final Dawn 02:58   Show lyrics
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Band members
Nick Vocals, Guitars
Panos Guitars
Orfeas Drums
Angel Bass
Miscellaneous staff
Edward Repka Cover art
TobCat Layout
Nick Lyrics
Andy Siry Executive producer
R.D. Liapakis Producer, Mixing, Mastering
Christian Schmid Engineering
Audrey Dujardin Photography
Marianna Demou Photography
Nick Vocals, Guitars
Panos Guitars
Orfeas Drums
Angel Bass
Edward Repka Cover art
TobCat Layout
Nick Lyrics
Andy Siry Executive producer
R.D. Liapakis Producer, Mixing, Mastering
Christian Schmid Engineering
Audrey Dujardin Photography
Marianna Demou Photography
Read The greatest effort of the... 80% satanhatta_ May 31st, 2013
Read Fresh out of the cemetery... 82% hells_unicorn June 13th, 2012
Read Tiptoes beyond the last album 72% autothrall November 19th, 2010

Videoclips were made for Bleeding Holocaust and Beggar of Scorn.

Identifiers:

Barcode: 8 85470 00164 7

Added by: Doty Modified by: edvriil
Added on: 2010-09-08 11:31:52 Last modified on: 2014-09-09 12:33:16
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