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Satyrian|The Dark Gift (Limited edition Digipak)

The Dark Gift (Limited edition Digipak)

Satyrian

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1
Invictus (Master of Fate ReMix)
00:04:09

Jan Yrlund, Composer - Satyrian, MainArtist

2006 Lion Music 2006 Lion Music

2
The Dark Gift (The Lygophilia ReMix)
00:06:01

Jan Yrlund, Composer - Satyrian, MainArtist

2006 Lion Music 2006 Lion Music

3
Eternitas (Infinite Synthesis)
00:04:00

Jan Yrlund, Composer - Satyrian, MainArtist

2006 Lion Music 2006 Lion Music

4
Fall From Grace (The Fallen Remix)
00:05:07

Jan Yrlund, Composer - Satyrian, MainArtist

2006 Lion Music 2006 Lion Music

5
The Dark Gift (TimV Fused Radio Edit)
00:03:44

Jan Yrlund, Composer - Satyrian, MainArtist

2006 Lion Music 2006 Lion Music

6
No Tears, No Embrace (The Satyr’s Cave Club Remix)
00:05:42

Jan Yrlund, Composer - Satyrian, MainArtist

2006 Lion Music 2006 Lion Music

7
Ewigkeit (Ikuisuus Chill Out ReMix)
00:04:56

Jan Yrlund, Composer - Satyrian, MainArtist

2006 Lion Music 2006 Lion Music

8
Eternitas (Album version)
00:04:33

Jan Yrlund, Composer - Satyrian, MainArtist

2006 Lion Music 2006 Lion Music

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