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9 thoughts on “ Used - Master (2) - On The Seventh Day God Created...Master (CD, Album)

  1. Jubei
    By the time Master unleashed "On the Seventh Day God Created Master" in , they were hardly a new band. Vocalist/bassist and the band's only constant member through the years, Paul Speckmann, had actually been experimenting with various line-ups and permutations of the band (including Death Strike) in and around Chicago as early as , exactly the same time as other genre originators such /5(13).
  2. Zololkis
    On the Seventh Day God Created Master () by Master. Labels: Nuclear Blast. Genres: Death Metal. Songs: What Kind of God, Latitudinarian, Heathen, Used, Demon.
  3. Zuluk
    album: "On The Seventh Day God Created Master" () 1. What Kind Of God 2. Latitudinarian 3. Heathen 4. Used 5. Demon 6. Constant Quarrel 7. Judgement Of Will 8. America The Pitiful 9. Who Is Left To Decide Submerged In Sin.
  4. Zulkiramar
    On the Seventh Day God Created Master Master. Type: Full-length Release date: Catalog ID: NB CD Label: Nuclear Blast Format: CD Reviews: 8 reviews (avg. 85%) Songs; Lineup; Matrix / Runout: GZ D NB CD Label-Code: LC (printed only on .
  5. Gumi
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of On The Seventh Day God Created Master on Discogs/5(6).
  6. Jujar
    On The Seventh Day God Created Master by Master, released 17 July 1. What Kind Of God 2. Latitudinarian 3. Heathen 4. Used 5. Demon 6. Constant Quarrel 7. Judgement Of Will 8. America The Pitiful 9. Who Is Left To Decide Submerged In Sin Constant Quarrel (Demo) Judgment Of Will (Demo) Submerged In Sin (Demo) Cut Through The Filth (Demo)
  7. Shaktishakar
    Listen free to Master – On the Seventh Day God Created Master (What Kind Of God, Latitudinarian and more). 24 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at kaubersbhaginyrcofobosimoworkzo.coinfo
  8. Dounris
    Yes, ’On The Seventh Day God Created Master’ sounds a whole lot more death metal than predecessor ‘Master’ did. There are two main reasons for this. First of all Paul Speckmann’s vocals are somewhat lower this time, almost becoming old school grunts (guest vocals by John Tardy also came in handy obviously).

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