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Im In Pain - Obituary - Dead (CD, Album)

18.11.2019

8 thoughts on “ Im In Pain - Obituary - Dead (CD, Album) ”

  1. Grozshura says:
    Back from the Dead is the fifth album by American death metal band Obituary. It was released on April 22, This was the band’s final album before their six-year breakup from to
  2. Zolokinos says:
    The Sound Of Death by In Pain, released 21 October 1. Atrocity 2. Shallow Grave 3. Battle 4. B.T.K 5. It Was Meant to Die 6. Stabbed from the Inside 7. The Shadow from the Ancient Tomb 8. Zombie Front 9. Rise from the Deep.
  3. Tojabar says:
    Back to the one who you fear is dead. The nightmare returns, so it's sliced through your head. Warmly embraced you will soon go away. The blood-soaked heads and the destitute say, say. Back to one. You're falling, you're falling to your death down below. You're dying it's pain no one will ever know. You're crawling toward the goodness of the light.
  4. Arashira says:
    I'm in Pain Show lyrics (loading lyrics) 9. Rewind Show lyrics (loading lyrics) 'Til Death Show lyrics (loading lyrics) Kill for Me Show lyrics (loading lyrics) Don't Care Show lyrics (loading lyrics) Platonic Disease Show lyrics (loading lyrics) Back From the Dead
  5. Dutaxe says:
    Feb 08,  · Provided to YouTube by Roadrunner Records I'm in Pain · Obituary The End Complete (Reissue) ℗ , The All Blacks B.V. Mixer: Donald Tardy Producer: Obituary .
  6. Samusar says:
    The album is dominated with "Back From The Dead" era songs. Makes sense because this was recorded during the Back From The Dead Tour. If your still an obituary fan through their change from brutal death metal to a more slick and perfect death metal from 92 all the way to the reunion albums/5(37).
  7. Mizahn says:
    Containing such amusingly titled career highlights as "Chopped in Half," "I'm in Pain," and "Cause of Death," the disc showcases the group's unusually sluggish death metal style, made all the more special by vocalist John Tardy 's inimitable (and incomprehensible) growl -- which, peculiarly, sounds as though he himself is repulsed by the words he is croaking.
  8. Faetilar says:
    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Obituary - Dead at Discogs. Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your Obituary collection.

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