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Loudness (5) - Disillusion - English Version (Cassette)

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  1. Vudoll says:
    Disillusion (撃剣霊化, Gekken reika) is the fourth studio album by Japanese heavy metal band setttablasesenicinhaysupfulogqui.xyzinfo was recorded, mixed and mastered in London, England, in and released at the beginning of The sound engineer chosen for the recording sessions was the expert Julian Mendelsohn, who had previously worked with acts like Yes, Elton John, Jimmy Page and Bob Marley.
  2. Dogis says:
    Disillusion -English Version-Loudness. Type: Full-length Release date: July 1st, Catalog ID: AX Version desc.: Japan, Limited edition Label: Nippon Columbia There are no reviews for Disillusion -English Version- yet. You can write one. Recording information: Produced by Loudness. Recorded September at SARM Studio, London, UK.
  3. Dot says:
    Nov 25,  · lyrics The night comes down on the streets of this town Darkness is king, no shadows fall over me I come alive with the night, you can't tie me down It's my fantasy, it's my daydream Thousands of.
  4. Bakinos says:
    Disillusion (English Version) is a heavy metal music album recording by LOUDNESS released in on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette.
  5. Nikojar says:
    Studio Album (20) - Live (1) The Law Of Devil's Land.
  6. Tarr says:
    Disillusion, an Album by Loudness. Released 21 January on Nippon Columbia (catalog no. AF; Vinyl LP). Genres: Heavy Metal. Featured peformers: Akira Takasaki (guitar), 二井原実 [Minoru Niihara] (aka_text vocal role_id aka_text), 山下昌良 [Masayoshi Yamashita] (bass, aka_text {taurus pedals} role_id aka_text), Munetaka Higuchi (drums), Loudness (producer), Julian.
  7. Samubei says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Disillusion 撃剣霊化 English Version on Discogs.5/5(1).
  8. Taur says:
    Loudness had come a long way by and, after notching a number of increasingly successful albums in their homeland, their momentum finally carried across the waters. So it was that their fourth effort, Disillusion, which they had originally recorded mostly in Japanese, was recut with English lyrics to make it a tad more appetizing for Western audiences.

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