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Altars of Madness (Full Dynamic Range Edition)

Morbid Angel

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1
Immortal Rites
00:04:04

Morbid Angel, Performer - Azagthoth, Composer - Vincent, Composer - RR, Writer

1989 Earache Records Ltd

2
Suffocation
00:03:15

Morbid Angel, Performer - Azagthoth, Composer - Vincent, Composer - RR, Writer

1989 Earache Records Ltd

3
Visions from the Dark Side
00:04:10

Morbid Angel, Performer - Azagthoth, Composer - Vincent, Composer - RR, Writer

1989 Earache Records Ltd

4
Maze of Torment
00:04:24

Morbid Angel, Performer - Azagthoth, Composer - Vincent, Composer - RR, Writer

1989 Earache Records Ltd

5
Chapel of Ghouls
00:04:57

Morbid Angel, Performer - Azagthoth, Composer - Vincent, Composer - RR, Writer

1989 Earache Records Ltd

6
Bleed for the Devil
00:02:23

Morbid Angel, Performer - Azagthoth, Composer - RR, Writer

1989 Earache Records Ltd

7
Damnation
00:04:10

Morbid Angel, Performer - Azagthoth, Composer - Vincent, Composer - RR, Writer

1989 Earache Records Ltd

8
Blasphemy
00:03:32

Morbid Angel, Performer - Azagthoth, Composer - RR, Writer

1989 Earache Records Ltd

9
Evil Spells
00:04:13

Morbid Angel, Performer - Azagthoth, Composer - RR, Writer

1989 Earache Records Ltd

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