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Diablo Blvd.|The Greater God

The Greater God

Diablo Blvd.

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Diablo Blvd.

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1
The Wolves Are Silent
Diablo Blvd.
00:01:03

Diablo Blvd., MainArtist - Andries Beckers, Composer

2009 DBA 2009 DBA

2
The Day the Moon Howls
Diablo Blvd.
00:04:01

Diablo Blvd., MainArtist - Andries Beckers, Composer

2009 DBA 2009 DBA

3
Vacant World
Diablo Blvd.
00:03:05

Diablo Blvd., MainArtist - Andries Beckers, Composer

2009 DBA 2009 DBA

4
Virus (The Pride)
Diablo Blvd.
00:03:30

Diablo Blvd., MainArtist - Andries Beckers, Composer

2009 DBA 2009 DBA

5
Second Coming
Diablo Blvd.
00:04:50

Diablo Blvd., MainArtist - Andries Beckers, Composer

2009 DBA 2009 DBA

6
Forsaken (The Regret)
Diablo Blvd.
00:05:05

Diablo Blvd., MainArtist - Andries Beckers, Composer

2009 DBA 2009 DBA

7
Sun of Mourning
Diablo Blvd.
00:03:58

Diablo Blvd., MainArtist - Andries Beckers, Composer

2009 DBA 2009 DBA

8
Bow to Me
Diablo Blvd.
00:04:14

Diablo Blvd., MainArtist - Andries Beckers, Composer

2009 DBA 2009 DBA

9
Outcast
Diablo Blvd.
00:04:10

Diablo Blvd., MainArtist - Dave Hubrechts, Composer

2009 DBA 2009 DBA

10
Sweet Enemy Mine
Diablo Blvd.
00:04:48

Diablo Blvd., MainArtist - Andries Beckers, Composer

2009 DBA 2009 DBA

11
Scarred and Undefeated
Diablo Blvd.
00:05:31

Diablo Blvd., MainArtist - Andries Beckers, Composer

2009 DBA 2009 DBA

12
To walk The Night
Samhain
00:03:32

Glenn Danzig, Composer - Diablo Blvd., MainArtist

2009 DBA 2009 DBA

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