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Sailing Home - Terrorvision - Formaldehyde

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  1. Kazirg

    Tracklist with lyrics of the album B-SIDE & RARITIES [] from Terrorvision: Got Away Again [#] - This Drinking Will Kill Me - Forever and Ever -.
  2. Dataxe

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  3. Mikus

    Formaldehyde is the first album by the rock band Terrorvision. It was recorded at The Chapel in June , with all songs written and arranged by Terrorvision. Released in Genre: Alternative Rock; Indie Rock, Hard Rock.
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  5. Kagajinn

    Formaldehyde () Problem Solved, Ships That Sink, American TV, New Policy One, Jason, Killing Time, Urban Space Crime, Hole for a Soul, Don't Shoot My Dog, Desolation Town, My House, Human Being How to Make Friends and Influence People () Alice, .
  6. Kigaran

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  7. Daigal

    Sailing Home, a song by Terrorvision on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes. By using our website and our services, you agree to our use of cookies as described in our Cookie bigband.frostseekerbearonanaralore.infoinfo Duration: 3 min.
  8. Mazragore

    Official Terrorvision Stab in the Back lyrics at CD Universe. Powdered rock stars just add water, Pop up a treat just like they ought to, Little bit old and cliched sought of, Number one.
  9. Mazugal

    This isn't Terrorvision's best album, as it does have the hallmarks of a band just settling into their sound. Whilst the majority of the songs are closer to being rock-pop or straight rock numbers than the pop-metal sound that Terrorvision were to make their own, there are signs even at this early stage of the band that they would soon become/5(10).

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