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Time Vortex/Back To 88 - Coroner - The Unknown ( Unreleased Tracks 1985-95 ) (CD)

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  1. Find Coroner discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. From their modest beginnings as roadies for avant-garde Swiss metal legends Celtic Frost, the members of Coroner carved out one of the most unique careers in the European thrash metal scene.
  2. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Coroner - The Unknown - Rare And Unreleased at Discogs. Complete your Coroner collection/5(26).
  3. CORONER - The Unknown: Unreleased Tracks [2CD] Cette compilation inconnue du public est pourtant officielle, mais très peu distribuée. Ce que vous voyez ici est la cover d'un Bootleg double CD réalisé à partir de la couverture originale de la compilation.
  4. Nov 30,  · Coroner - "The Unknown - Unreleased tracks " MC => not a bootleg. Tape was sold by the band themself on their last three farewell gigs in .
  5. The Unknown Unreleased Tracks is a semi-official release and was sold at the end of their European Farewell tour, in early The first side features two of the Death Cult demos, assorted unreleased material and several electronic songs, including the Grin No Religion remix, which is also featured on Coroner's previous compilation Seller Rating: % positive.
  6. Mental Vortex () by Coroner. Labels: Noise Records. Genres: Technical Thrash Metal. Songs: Devine Step (Conspectu Mortis), Son of Lilith, Semtex Revolution.
  7. Title: Coroner - Coroner () Retail CD Part: Back Dimensions: x px Size: KB Downloads: (0 today) Uploaded.
  8. Metal Vortex is without question Coroner's finest hour. It's very polished, and very well written. There is not one single filler here either. All of the songs on Mental Vortex have a very powerful, and lasting impression. Drummer M. Marky lays down some of his very best lyrics here too. It's a dark ride through the gates of hell and back IMO/5(20).
  9. These tapes were sold during the Farewell tour back in the Side A: track 12 Host (Instrumental) is not printed on j-card, but plays on tape. Side B: Recorded Live at the Coroner Funeral, , at Atelier Stern Brut, Zurich, Switzerland. Cover design by erecriconfutaravareclaconna.coinfo and Marky.

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