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Reason (Bonus Edition)

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1
Stop Me
00:06:16

Anacrusis, MainArtist - BMG Rights Management, LLC, MusicPublisher - Kenn Nardi, Composer

(C) 2019 Metal Blade Records, Inc. (P) 2019 Metal Blade Records, Inc.

2
Terrified
00:04:54

Anacrusis, MainArtist - Kevin Heidbreder, Composer - BMG Rights Management, LLC, MusicPublisher - Kenn Nardi, Composer

(C) 2019 Metal Blade Records, Inc. (P) 2019 Metal Blade Records, Inc.

3
Not Forgotten
00:05:51

Anacrusis, MainArtist - BMG Rights Management, LLC, MusicPublisher - Kenn Nardi, Composer - John Emery, Composer

(C) 2019 Metal Blade Records, Inc. (P) 2019 Metal Blade Records, Inc.

4
Wrong
00:05:40

Anacrusis, MainArtist - BMG Rights Management, LLC, MusicPublisher - Kenn Nardi, Composer

(C) 2019 Metal Blade Records, Inc. (P) 2019 Metal Blade Records, Inc.

5
Silent Crime
00:04:51

Anacrusis, MainArtist - BMG Rights Management, LLC, MusicPublisher - Kenn Nardi, Composer

(C) 2019 Metal Blade Records, Inc. (P) 2019 Metal Blade Records, Inc.

6
Misshapen Intent
00:04:24

Anacrusis, MainArtist - Kevin Heidbreder, Composer - BMG Rights Management, LLC, MusicPublisher - Kenn Nardi, Composer - John Emery, Composer

(C) 2019 Metal Blade Records, Inc. (P) 2019 Metal Blade Records, Inc.

7
Afraid to Feel
00:06:25

Anacrusis, MainArtist - Kevin Heidbreder, Composer - BMG Rights Management, LLC, MusicPublisher - Kenn Nardi, Composer

(C) 2019 Metal Blade Records, Inc. (P) 2019 Metal Blade Records, Inc.

8
Child Inside
00:04:26

Anacrusis, MainArtist - BMG Rights Management, LLC, MusicPublisher - Kenn Nardi, Composer

(C) 2019 Metal Blade Records, Inc. (P) 2019 Metal Blade Records, Inc.

9
Vital
00:05:09

Anacrusis, MainArtist - Kevin Heidbreder, Composer - BMG Rights Management, LLC, MusicPublisher - Kenn Nardi, Composer - John Emery, Composer

(C) 2019 Metal Blade Records, Inc. (P) 2019 Metal Blade Records, Inc.

10
Quick to Doubt
00:04:37

Anacrusis, MainArtist - BMG Rights Management, LLC, MusicPublisher - Kenn Nardi, Composer

(C) 2019 Metal Blade Records, Inc. (P) 2019 Metal Blade Records, Inc.

11
Killing My Mind
00:05:53

Anacrusis, MainArtist - Kevin Heidbreder, Composer - BMG Rights Management, LLC, MusicPublisher - Kenn Nardi, Composer

(C) 2019 Metal Blade Records, Inc. (P) 2019 Metal Blade Records, Inc.

12
Injustice
00:05:41

Anacrusis, MainArtist - BMG Rights Management, LLC, MusicPublisher - Kenn Nardi, Composer - John Emery, Composer

(C) 2019 Metal Blade Records, Inc. (P) 2019 Metal Blade Records, Inc.

13
Wrong (Demo)
00:05:22

Anacrusis, MainArtist - BMG Rights Management, LLC, MusicPublisher - Kenn Nardi, Composer

(C) 2019 Metal Blade Records, Inc. (P) 2019 Metal Blade Records, Inc.

14
Quick to Doubt (Demo)
00:03:59

Anacrusis, MainArtist - BMG Rights Management, LLC, MusicPublisher - Kenn Nardi, Composer

(C) 2019 Metal Blade Records, Inc. (P) 2019 Metal Blade Records, Inc.

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