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Lost Soul - Of All The Creatures That Breathe & Move Upon The Earth... Nothing Is Bred That Is Weaker Than Man... mp3

Lost Soul - Of All The Creatures That Breathe & Move Upon The Earth... Nothing Is Bred That Is Weaker Than Man... mp3 Performer: Lost Soul
Album: Of All The Creatures That Breathe & Move Upon The Earth... Nothing Is Bred That Is Weaker Than Man...
Country: UK
Released: 2013
Style: Acoustic, Folk, Punk
Label: Not On Label (Lost Soul Self-released)
Genre: Rock / Folk
Size MP3: 1430 mb.
Rating: 4.6/5
Votes: 502
Record Source: CDr, Compilation




Tracklist


1Lost Soul..4:04
2Glorytown..4:58
3The Road..5:01
4Somewhere Else In The World..3:57
5It's A Wonnderful World..4:35
6Vampires..3:23
7Hatred Pill,,5:40
8Ballad Of Billy Ray McKenzie..4:11
9Very American..3:55
10Tailights Fade..4:20
11Not In My Name..4:07
12Ugly On The Inside..3:28


Credits


  • Written-ByWayne Sowerbutts


Notes


"This CD is a collection of my first two EP's and some tracks from my first album " One Of Our Superheroes Is Missing"
All of which are now deleted...
I get asked so often about where people can still find the songs that I have made this CD.. Enjoy"

Come in cardboard sleeve.


Album


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