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Black Anima (Bonus Tracks Version)

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Black Anima (Bonus Tracks Version)

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Anima Nera 00:02:27
Sword of Anger 00:03:55
Reckless 00:03:05
Layers of Time 00:04:07
Apocalypse 00:04:17
Now Or Never 00:04:41
Under the Surface 00:04:14
Veneficium 00:06:11
The End Is All I Can See 00:04:15
Save Me 00:04:36
Black Anima 00:03:23
Black Feathers (Bonus track) 00:04:11
Through the Flames (Bonus track) 00:05:29
Black Dried Up Heart (Bonus track) 00:03:48

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