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Alea Jacta Est

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Type:
Full-length
Release date:
January 28th, 1994
Catalog ID:
COG069
Label:
Cogumelo Records
Format:
CD
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1. Thy Kingdom Come 02:54   Show lyrics
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2. Give People a Chance 04:04   Show lyrics
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3. R.I.P. (Racism, Ignorance, Prejudice) 03:03   Show lyrics
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4. Straitgate 06:42   Show lyrics
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5. Raise the Dead 03:49   Show lyrics
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6. Human Rights 04:03   Show lyrics
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7. Virtual Reality 02:53   Show lyrics
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8. Last Act 06:12   Show lyrics
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9. Black Messiah 03:16   Show lyrics
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10. Loyal Legion of the Admirers 01:13   Show lyrics
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11. Life Goes On (Vidcom Experiences) 04:01   Show lyrics
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12. Take Time 02:50   Show lyrics
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13. Summary Condemnation 02:23   Show lyrics
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14. Tribute to Gauguin 01:34   Show lyrics
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Band members
Guga Drums
Carlos Lopes Guitars, Vocals
Cláudio Lopes Bass
Miscellaneous staff
Marcos 'George Martin' Gauguin Engineering
Guga Drums
Carlos Lopes Guitars, Vocals
Cláudio Lopes Bass
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There is a version with a different cover and following bonus tracks [Live at Slaughter Festival, Americana/SP]:

15. Into the Crypt of Rays (Celtic Frost cover)
16. Bestial Lust (Bathory cover)
17. Mad Butcher (Destruction cover)

Videos were made for "Take Time" and "Loyal Legion of the Admirers".

"Alea Jacta Est" is Latin for "The Die is Cast", a phrase attributed to Julius Caesar.

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