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1
Dying I Live
00:03:22

Impious, MainArtist - Robin Sörqvist, Composer - Valle Adzic, Composer

© 1998 Dissonance Records ℗ 1998 Cherry Red Records Ltd Cherry Red Records Ltd

2
Don't Kiss My Grave
00:05:10

Impious, MainArtist - Robin Sörqvist, Composer - Valle Adzic, Composer

© 1998 Dissonance Records ℗ 1998 Cherry Red Records Ltd Cherry Red Records Ltd

3
Born To Suffer
00:03:53

Impious, MainArtist - Robin Sörqvist, Composer - Valle Adzic, Composer

© 1998 Dissonance Records ℗ 1998 Cherry Red Records Ltd Cherry Red Records Ltd

4
Haven (A Leap In The Dark)
00:04:53

Impious, MainArtist - Robin Sörqvist, Composer - Valle Adzic, Composer

© 1998 Dissonance Records ℗ 1998 Cherry Red Records Ltd Cherry Red Records Ltd

5
Facing The Nails
00:05:05

Impious, MainArtist - Robin Sörqvist, Composer - Valle Adzic, Composer

© 1998 Dissonance Records ℗ 1998 Cherry Red Records Ltd Cherry Red Records Ltd

6
The Failed Paradise
00:03:57

Impious, MainArtist - Robin Sörqvist, Composer - Valle Adzic, Composer

© 1998 Dissonance Records ℗ 1998 Cherry Red Records Ltd Cherry Red Records Ltd

7
Painted Soul
00:04:22

Impious, MainArtist - Robin Sörqvist, Composer - Valle Adzic, Composer

© 1998 Dissonance Records ℗ 1998 Cherry Red Records Ltd Cherry Red Records Ltd

8
Extreme Pestilence
00:03:31

Impious, MainArtist - Robin Sörqvist, Composer - Valle Adzic, Composer

© 1998 Dissonance Records ℗ 1998 Cherry Red Records Ltd Cherry Red Records Ltd

9
Inside
00:06:21

Impious, MainArtist - Robin Sörqvist, Composer - Valle Adzic, Composer

© 1998 Dissonance Records ℗ 1998 Cherry Red Records Ltd Cherry Red Records Ltd

10
Evilization
00:05:12

Impious, MainArtist - Robin Sörqvist, Composer - Valle Adzic, Composer

© 1998 Dissonance Records ℗ 1998 Cherry Red Records Ltd Cherry Red Records Ltd

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