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Dracula's Necrophobic Actions - The Question Still Remains mp3 track

MP3 1846 mb. | FLAC 1367 mb. | WMA 1922 mb.

Performer: Dracula's Necrophobic Actions
Title: The Question Still Remains
Released: 2016
Style: Alternative Rock, Experimental, Psychedelic Rock
Category: Rock
Rating: 4.9 ✦
Other format: MMF VQF AC3 MP2 AU MIDI XM

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1 The Question Still Remains
Electric Guitar, Keyboards, Bass Guitar, Drum Machine – Sebastian Paquette
3:49
2 Strangulation
Electric Guitar, Keyboards, Drums, Electronics – Sebastian Paquette
2:49
3 The Hive
Keyboards – Sebastian Paquette
1:13
4 Equilateral Triangles Everywhere
Electric Guitar, Keyboards, Electronics – Sebastian Paquette
3:43
5 Shipwreck
Acoustic Guitar – Sebastian Paquette
0:55

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