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Unsound 00:01:54

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(C) 2019 Relapse Records Inc. (P) 2019 Relapse Records Inc.

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Ravenous Cadavers 00:01:49

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(C) 2019 Relapse Records Inc. (P) 2019 Relapse Records Inc.

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Scream out in Fright 00:01:47

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(C) 2019 Relapse Records Inc. (P) 2019 Relapse Records Inc.

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The Red Death 00:02:55

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Utter Mutilation of Your Corpse 00:00:06

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(C) 2019 Relapse Records Inc. (P) 2019 Relapse Records Inc.

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Slaughter Maniac 00:02:22

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(C) 2019 Relapse Records Inc. (P) 2019 Relapse Records Inc.

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Ripping Death 00:01:20

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Clawing 00:01:48

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(C) 2019 Relapse Records Inc. (P) 2019 Relapse Records Inc.

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Naked, Screaming, and Covered in Blood 00:02:17

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(C) 2019 Relapse Records Inc. (P) 2019 Relapse Records Inc.

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Playing with Fear 00:02:20

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(C) 2019 Relapse Records Inc. (P) 2019 Relapse Records Inc.

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Dead Meat 00:00:33

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(C) 2019 Relapse Records Inc. (P) 2019 Relapse Records Inc.

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Rabid 00:01:55

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(C) 2019 Relapse Records Inc. (P) 2019 Relapse Records Inc.

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In the Mouth of Hell 00:01:37

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(C) 2019 Relapse Records Inc. (P) 2019 Relapse Records Inc.

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Shattered Sanity 00:01:14

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(C) 2019 Relapse Records Inc. (P) 2019 Relapse Records Inc.

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Re-Animated 00:02:07

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(C) 2019 Relapse Records Inc. (P) 2019 Relapse Records Inc.

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Crypt of Terror (Bonus Track) 00:01:41

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(C) 2019 Relapse Records Inc. (P) 2019 Relapse Records Inc.

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Re-Entry and Destruction (Bonus Track) 00:03:25

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(C) 2019 Relapse Records Inc. (P) 2019 Relapse Records Inc.

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The Day Man Lost (Bonus Track) 00:01:21

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(C) 2019 Relapse Records Inc. (P) 2019 Relapse Records Inc.

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