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Paradise Lost|Medusa

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Paradise Lost

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1
Fearless Sky
00:08:30

Paradise Lost, MainArtist - Greg Mackintosh, Composer - Nick Holmes, Lyricist - Jaime Gomez Arellano, Producer

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2
Gods of Ancient
00:05:50

Paradise Lost, MainArtist - Greg Mackintosh, Composer - Nick Holmes, Lyricist - Jaime Gomez Arellano, Producer

2017 Nuclear Blast 2017 Nuclear Blast

3
From the Gallows
00:03:41

Paradise Lost, MainArtist - Greg Mackintosh, Composer - Nick Holmes, Lyricist - Jaime Gomez Arellano, Producer

2017 Nuclear Blast 2017 Nuclear Blast

4
The Longest Winter
00:04:31

Paradise Lost, MainArtist - Greg Mackintosh, Composer - Nick Holmes, Lyricist - Jaime Gomez Arellano, Producer

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Medusa
00:06:20

Paradise Lost, MainArtist - Greg Mackintosh, Composer - Nick Holmes, Lyricist - Jaime Gomez Arellano, Producer

2017 Nuclear Blast 2017 Nuclear Blast

6
No Passage for the Dead
00:04:16

Paradise Lost, MainArtist - Greg Mackintosh, Composer - Nick Holmes, Lyricist - Jaime Gomez Arellano, Producer

2017 Nuclear Blast 2017 Nuclear Blast

7
Blood and Chaos
00:03:51

Paradise Lost, MainArtist - Greg Mackintosh, Composer - Nick Holmes, Lyricist - Jaime Gomez Arellano, Producer

2017 Nuclear Blast 2017 Nuclear Blast

8
Until the Grave
00:05:41

Paradise Lost, MainArtist - Greg Mackintosh, Composer - Nick Holmes, Lyricist - Jaime Gomez Arellano, Producer

2017 Nuclear Blast 2017 Nuclear Blast

9
Shrines
00:03:59

Paradise Lost, MainArtist - Greg Mackintosh, Composer - Nick Holmes, Lyricist - Jaime Gomez Arellano, Producer

2017 Nuclear Blast 2017 Nuclear Blast

10
Symbolic Virtue
00:04:37

Paradise Lost, MainArtist - Greg Mackintosh, Composer - Nick Holmes, Lyricist - Jaime Gomez Arellano, Producer

2017 Nuclear Blast 2017 Nuclear Blast

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