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1) Album artwork by on (, Metal) uses sample from Movie poster (Fred Freed, Len Giovannitti, ):

Outro : We knew the world would not be the same. Few people laughed, few people cried, most people were silent. I remembered the line from the Hindu scripture, the Bhagavad-Gita. Vishnu is trying to persuade the Prince that he should do his duty and to impress him takes on his multi-armed form and says, "Now I am become Death, the destroyer of worlds."

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2) Album artwork by on (, Metal) uses sample from Movie poster (Fouad Mikati, ):

I'm gonna fucking rape your soul!

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3) Album artwork by on (, Metal) uses sample from Movie poster (Ilona Six, ):

Intro : Feed her!
Outro : Swallow it, bitch.

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4) Album artwork by on (, Metal) uses sample from Movie poster (George A. Romero, ):

Mid-song :
Newscaster: Reports, incredible as they may seem, are not the results of mass hysteria.
Harry: "Mass hysteria?" What do they think, we're imagining all this?
Radio Newscaster : In all parts of the country, the wave of murder which is sweeping the eastern third of the nation is being committed by creatures who feast upon the flesh of their victims.

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5) Album artwork by on (, Metal) uses sample from Movie poster (Peter Atkins, ):

Your suffering will be legendary, even in Hell!

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6) Album artwork by on (, Metal) uses sample from Movie poster (Peter Atkins, ):

Intro: No anaesthetic at hand. Shame. Surgery is open, Tiffany. What is today's agenda? Ah, yes. Evisceration.



Outro: The mind is a labyrinth, ladies and gentlemen, a puzzle. And while the paths of the brain are plainly visible, its ways, deceptively apparent, its destinations are unknown, its secrets still secrets and, if we are honest, it is the lure of the labyrinth that draws us to our chosen field to unlock those secrets.