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I had not heard of Lifer before...nice one...picked it up on eBay...

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4 hours ago, Dead Planet said:

I had not heard of Lifer before...nice one...picked it up on eBay...

NOLA is one of my favorite CD's. Not one bad song.

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I could list tons of songs but I'll start with these two: Armored Saint "Reign of Fire" and Metal Church "Gods of Second Chance"



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On 8/7/2018 at 9:50 PM, AlphaMale said:




I've never heard Headstone Epitaph before, solid tune, thanks for sharing

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On 8/8/2018 at 3:53 AM, kourosofsteel3 said:

That's probably my favorite M. Church lp. Now send me a vinyl copy of it

It's my favorite album of theirs with Howe on vocals.  Somewhat hard to find on cd and I don't think I've ever come across a copy on vinyl.  I'm sure it would come with a hefty price tag though

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