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Metalocalypse: Dethklok|The Dethalbum

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Metalocalypse: Dethklok

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Murmaider
00:03:24

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2
Go Into the Water
00:04:20

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Awaken
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Bloodrocuted
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Go Forth and Die
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Fansong
00:02:52

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Better Metal Snake
00:03:26

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The Lost Vikings
00:04:26

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Thunderhorse
00:02:45

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Briefcase Full of Guts
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Birthday Dethday
00:02:48

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Hatredcopter
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Castratikron
00:02:57

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Face Fisted
00:04:17

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Detharmonic
00:04:30

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