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Amoral

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The Dawn of Your Happiness Is Rising
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Full Collision
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Acid Reign
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Are You Still in the Illusion?
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It Couldn't Be Perceived
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Until It's Unlit
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Violent Sensation Descends
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Could You Stand to Know?
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Trance-like Turn
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Amoral
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Another Strike Restrained
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Generational Loss
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Total Tracks: 12   Total Length: 43:01

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Chris Nickson lives in Leeds, England, the city where he was born. He moved back to the UK in 2005 after spending 30 years in the US, where he freelanced for nu...more »

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Violens, Amoral
2010 | Label: Friendly Fire Recordings / The Orchard

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bobbym529

I was drawn in by the cover art and found some very good songs. I've bought tracks 1,6,7,8,9, & 12 and am digesting them. A coherent sound throughout but a nice amount of variety of sounds. Look forward to listening more.

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