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Demencia - Metal Distortion (CD, Album)

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  1. referencing Metal Galaxy, 2xLP, Album, Ltd, Red, EMU I have 2 versions of the European release. My Red vinyl has Barcode and Black Vinyl Barcode Missing: Demencia.
  2. Metal Injection 9,5/10 [4] Spirituality and Distortion is the fourth album by Gautier Serre, under his alias Igorrr, released on Metal Blade Records on 27 March Missing: Demencia.
  3. Formed in as a subset of the Japanese idol group Sakura Gakuin, fusing heavy metal styles and J-Pop idol styles together. In October , after being absent from the band for a while due to health issues, Yui Mizuno ("Yuimetal") parted ways with the pupsuppterganpgnosesanhatmenemarpedd.coinfog: Demencia.
  4. Covering Social Distortion's three decade career, Greatest Hits showcases the best in band leader Mike Ness' heart-on-a-sleeve songwriting. Their classic cover of Johnny Cash's Ring Of Fire is included as well. Far Behind, is the hard charging new classic recorded just for this collection and will be the album's /5().
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  6. "Distortion" is a song by Japanese heavy metal band Babymetal. First released as a digital single on May 8, to promote the band's Babymetal World Tour , the song later had a physical 12" release on Record Store Day on November 23, by BMD Fox Records, earMusic, and Babymetal pupsuppterganpgnosesanhatmenemarpedd.coinfog: Demencia.
  7. Demencia discography (misc) Estruendos de metal sobre Calama () Nuclear War () > Demencia discography (all) Síndrome del abismo () Nuclear War () > Engendros Demencia. Type: EP Release date: Catalog ID: N/A Label: Independent Format.
  8. Nirvana weren't the first indie heroes to sign a major label (the Replacements, Tim, ), or the first to subsequently hit Number One (R.E.M., Out of Time, ), but the Washington trio's Missing: Demencia.

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