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Last Rites

Pentagram

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1
Treat Me Right
00:02:32

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2
Call the Man
00:03:49

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3
Into the Ground
00:04:21

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5
Everything's Turning to Night
00:03:17

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Windmills and Chimes
00:04:32

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7
American Dream
00:04:32

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8
Walk in Blue Light
00:04:59

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(C) 2011 Metal Blade Records, Inc (P) 2011 Metal Blade Records, Inc

9
Horseman
00:03:38

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10
Death in 1st Person
00:04:01

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(C) 2011 Metal Blade Records, Inc (P) 2011 Metal Blade Records, Inc

11
Nothing Left
00:03:36

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(C) 2011 Metal Blade Records, Inc (P) 2011 Metal Blade Records, Inc

12
All Your Sins - Reprise
00:00:57

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(C) 2011 Metal Blade Records, Inc (P) 2011 Metal Blade Records, Inc

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