Friday, June 11, 2010

V.A. - SKULL THRASH ZONE





V.A. lançado em 1987, com várias bandas visuais com uma sonoridade mais Heavy Metal.

01 - You end get up you (Doom)


02 - Dooms days (Doom)


03 - Endless War (Shell Shock)


04 - Throught the night (Shell Shock)


05 - Stab me in the back (X Japan)


06 - No connexion (X Japan)


07 - Kagami yo kagami (Jurassic Jade)


08 - The old kingdom of hell (Jurassic Jade)


09 - Death Train (Ground Zero)


10 - Victim of King (Ground Zero)


11 - Death of Thrill (Rose Rose)


12 - There\'s no Realism (Rose Rose)



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