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Carcass|Surgical Remission / Surplus Steel

Surgical Remission / Surplus Steel

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A Wraith in the Apparatus
00:03:31

Carcass, Artist, MainArtist - Jeff Walker, Composer, Author - Daniel Wilding, Composer - Bill Steer, Composer

2014 Nuclear Blast 2014 Nuclear Blast

2
Intensive Battery Brooding
00:04:44

Carcass, Artist, MainArtist - Jeff Walker, Composer, Author - Daniel Wilding, Composer - Bill Steer, Composer

2014 Nuclear Blast 2014 Nuclear Blast

3
Zochrot
00:03:22

Carcass, Artist, MainArtist - Jeff Walker, Composer, Author - Daniel Wilding, Composer - Bill Steer, Composer

2014 Nuclear Blast 2014 Nuclear Blast

4
Livestock Marketplace
00:04:15

Carcass, Artist, MainArtist - Jeff Walker, Composer, Author - Daniel Wilding, Composer - Bill Steer, Composer

2014 Nuclear Blast 2014 Nuclear Blast

5
1985 (Reprise)
00:01:48

Carcass, Artist, MainArtist - Jeff Walker, Composer, Author - Daniel Wilding, Composer - Bill Steer, Composer

2014 Nuclear Blast 2014 Nuclear Blast

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