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1. Katatonia - Velvet Thorns Of Drynwhyl 2. Crimson Glory - Where Dragons Rule 3. Atheist - Enthralled In Essence 4. Metallica - Motorbreath 5. Deicide - Lunatic Of God's Creation 6. Steel Attack - Diabolic Symphony 7. Svartsot - Feston 8. Death - Born Dead 9. Black Sabbath - N.I.B 10. Manticora - Keeper Of Time - Eternal Champion Not bad I'd rate that a 7/10

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1. Katatonia - Velvet Thorns Of Drynwhyl 2. Crimson Glory - Where Dragons Rule 3. Atheist - Enthralled In Essence 4. Metallica - Motorbreath 5. Deicide - Lunatic Of God's Creation 6. Steel Attack - Diabolic Symphony 7. Svartsot - Feston 8. Death - Born Dead 9. Black Sabbath - N.I.B 10. Manticora - Keeper Of Time - Eternal Champion Not bad I'd rate that a 7/10
Some huge songs there though, my favorite Atheist song, and awesome cuts from Death, Deicide, Katatonia, Metallica, and Black Sabbath. Sent from my HTC PH39100 using Tapatalk 2

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1. Crimson Glory - Eternal World 2. Death - Together As One 3. Incantation - Profanation 4. Trouble - Bastards Will Pay 5. Cradle Of Filth - Her Ghost In The Fog 6. Ahab - Redemption Lost 7. Candlemass - Black Dwarf 8. D.R.I - Redline 9. Slayer - The Anti-Christ 10. Alethian - Out Of The Shadows

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1. Combichrist - The Well 2. Kasabian - Shoot the Runner 3. Jimmy Page & Black Crowes - All Your Love 4. Hawkwind - Quark Strangeness and Charm 5. Powerman 5000 - Watch the Sky For Me 6. Nevertanezra - The Fading. 7. Bowie - Sweet Thing 8. Led Zeppelin - All My Love 9. Paradise Lost - The Sufferer 10. WASP - The HEadless Children

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Re: First 10 Songs Destruction - Metal Discharge (2003 demo) Scorpions - Cold Black Sabbath - Black Moon Tank - Blood, Guts and Beer (Live) Black Sabbath - Black Sabbath Scorpions - Life Goes Round AC/DC - Goodbye and Good Riddance to Bad Luck AC/DC - The Jack Motörhead - Young and Crazy U.F.O. - Follow You Home

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1. Metallica - Eye Of The Beholder 2. Slayer - Dissident Aggressor 3. Miseration - Seven Are The Sins 4. Candlemass - Crystal Ball 5. Bolt Thrower - Afterlife 6. Darkthrone - Accumulation Of Generalization 7. Morgoth - Female Infanticide 8. Iced Earth - Burning Oasis 9. Sepultura - R.I.P (Rest In Pain 10. Black Sabbath - Paranoid A little weak at the start and end but solid in the middle. I'd give that 6/10

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Welcome Home (Sanitarium) - Metallica Mr. Crowley - Ozzy Osbourne Down In A Hole - Alice In Chains Awake - Godsmack Aerials - System Of A Down Dead Memories - Slipknot Blackened - Metallica Voices - Disturbed Cigaro - System Of A Down War Pigs - Black Sabbath

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My Dying Bride - For you Amaranthe - Call out my name Faun - Von den elben Two steps from hell - heart of courage Eluveitie - helvetios Diary of Dreams - the curse Mandragora Scream - dark lantern Elane - Tanz L'ame Immortelle - 5 jahre Omnia - Moon ......this may me think I need to reorganize my playlist......!
Ah Diary of Dreams, saw them live last month at Whitby Goth weekend, excellent.

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1. Slayer - Tormentor 2. Harmony - Don't Turn Away 3. My Dying Bride - The Songless Bird 4. Immortal - Tragedies Blows At Horizon 5. Black Sabbath - Wishing Well 6. D.R.I - Tear It Down 7. Arsis - Oh, The Humanity 8. Rush - Lessons 9. Slayer - Kill Again 10. Hallow's Eve - Plunging To Megadeth Some good stuff in there but an average playlist overall 5/10

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Re: First 10 Songs Terrorizer - Enslaved By Propaganda Razor - Instant Death Destruction - Life Withought Sense/In the Mood (Live) U.F.O. - Out in the Street Michael Schenker Group - Red Sky The Who - Behind Blue Eyes Immolation - Once Ordaned U.F.O. - Born to Lose Crimson - Queen of the Masquerade

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1. Metallica - Low Man's Lyric 2. Linkin Park - With You 3. Megadeth - I Ain't Superstitious 4. Nirvana - Moby Dick (Live, 1988) 5. Metallica - Eye Of The Beholder 6. Deadcell - Save One Bullet 7. Thomas Newman - Pelicans 8. Metallica - Dead Kennedy Rolls (Unreleased, Presido Meterial) 9. Eddie Vedder - Hard Sun 10. Evile - Prophecy Can't go wrong with three metallica tracks :)

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