Kings Of Damnation: Era 98 - 04 - Black Label Society Reviews
Description:Genre: Hard Rock & Metal - Heavy Metal / Artist: Black Label Society / Audio CD released 2005-10-04 at Spitfire / Disc #1 Tracklisting 1 Losing Your Mind 2 Horse Called War 3 Between Heaven and Hell 4 Sold My Soul 5 Bored to Tears 6 Bleed for Me 7 TAZ 8 Co ... more
Kings Of Damnation: Era 98 - 04 - Black Label Society ... for Me
8 Counterfeit God
9 Stronger Than Death
11 Demise of Sanity
12 We Live No More
14 Blessed Hellride
15 Crazy or High
16 House of Doom
18 Doomsday Inc. [#]
19 SDMF [#]
Disc #2 Tracklisting
1 Snowblind [*]
2 Wizard [*]
3 In My Time of Dyin [*]
4 Come Together [*]
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