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Ballistic, Sadistic

Annihilator

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Armed To The Teeth 00:04:26
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The Attitude 00:04:01
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Psycho Ward 00:04:39
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I Am Warfare 00:04:46
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Out With The Garbage 00:04:26
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Dressed Up For Evil 00:04:40
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Riot 00:03:45
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One Wrong Move 00:04:35
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Lip Service 00:05:47
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The End Of The Lie 00:04:15

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