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Nuclear Assault|Radiation Sickness  (Live)

Radiation Sickness (Live)

Nuclear Assault

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1
Betrayal (Live, Hammersmith Odeon, London, 1987)
00:03:00

Daniel Lilker, Composer - Glenn Evans, Composer - John Connelly, Composer - Nuclear Assault, MainArtist - Anthony Bramante, Composer

© 2007 Cherry Red Records Ltd ℗ 2021 Cherry Red Records Ltd Cherry Red Records Ltd

2
Stranded In Hell (Live, Hammersmith Odeon, London, 1987)
00:04:01

Daniel Lilker, Composer - Glenn Evans, Composer - John Connelly, Composer - Nuclear Assault, MainArtist - Anthony Bramante, Composer

© 2007 Cherry Red Records Ltd ℗ 2021 Cherry Red Records Ltd Cherry Red Records Ltd

3
Nuclear War (Live, Hammersmith Odeon, London, 1987)
00:03:42

Daniel Lilker, Composer - Glenn Evans, Composer - John Connelly, Composer - Nuclear Assault, MainArtist - Anthony Bramante, Composer

© 2007 Cherry Red Records Ltd ℗ 2021 Cherry Red Records Ltd Cherry Red Records Ltd

4
Buttfuck (Live, Hammersmith Odeon, London, 1987) Explicit
00:03:43

Daniel Lilker, Composer - Glenn Evans, Composer - John Connelly, Composer - Nuclear Assault, MainArtist - Anthony Bramante, Composer

© 2007 Cherry Red Records Ltd ℗ 2021 Cherry Red Records Ltd Cherry Red Records Ltd

5
Justice (Live, Hammersmith Odeon, London, 1987)
00:04:21

Daniel Lilker, Composer - Glenn Evans, Composer - John Connelly, Composer - Nuclear Assault, MainArtist - Anthony Bramante, Composer

© 2007 Cherry Red Records Ltd ℗ 2021 Cherry Red Records Ltd Cherry Red Records Ltd

6
My America (Live, Hammersmith Odeon, London, 1987) Explicit
00:00:58

Daniel Lilker, Composer - Glenn Evans, Composer - John Connelly, Composer - Nuclear Assault, MainArtist - Anthony Bramante, Composer

© 2007 Cherry Red Records Ltd ℗ 2021 Cherry Red Records Ltd Cherry Red Records Ltd

7
Radiation Sickness (Live, Hammersmith Odeon, London, 1987)
00:03:16

Daniel Lilker, Composer - Glenn Evans, Composer - John Connelly, Composer - Nuclear Assault, MainArtist - Anthony Bramante, Composer

© 2007 Cherry Red Records Ltd ℗ 2021 Cherry Red Records Ltd Cherry Red Records Ltd

8
After The Holocaust (Live, Hammersmith Odeon, London, 1987)
00:03:38

Daniel Lilker, Composer - Glenn Evans, Composer - John Connelly, Composer - Nuclear Assault, MainArtist - Anthony Bramante, Composer

© 2007 Cherry Red Records Ltd ℗ 2021 Cherry Red Records Ltd Cherry Red Records Ltd

9
Hang The Pope (Live, Hammersmith Odeon, London, 1987)
00:00:51

Daniel Lilker, Composer - Glenn Evans, Composer - John Connelly, Composer - Nuclear Assault, MainArtist - Anthony Bramante, Composer

© 2007 Cherry Red Records Ltd ℗ 2021 Cherry Red Records Ltd Cherry Red Records Ltd

10
Lesbians (Live, Hammersmith Odeon, London, 1987)
00:00:48

Daniel Lilker, Composer - Glenn Evans, Composer - John Connelly, Composer - Nuclear Assault, MainArtist - Anthony Bramante, Composer

© 2007 Cherry Red Records Ltd ℗ 2021 Cherry Red Records Ltd Cherry Red Records Ltd

11
Vengeance (Live, Hammersmith Odeon, London, 1987)
00:02:56

Daniel Lilker, Composer - Glenn Evans, Composer - John Connelly, Composer - Nuclear Assault, MainArtist - Anthony Bramante, Composer

© 2007 Cherry Red Records Ltd ℗ 2021 Cherry Red Records Ltd Cherry Red Records Ltd

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