celnelodalidrei.timudjubooksvimamorsocumsbigtorep.info

happens. can communicate this theme. Here PM..

Category: DEFAULT

Envy Life - Testament (2) - Practice What You Preach (Cassette, Album)

9 Replies to “ Envy Life - Testament (2) - Practice What You Preach (Cassette, Album) ”

  1. Galkree says:
    The gothic and occult themes associated with The Legacy and The New Order aren't nearly as prevalent on Testament's third album, Practice What You celnelodalidrei.timudjubooksvimamorsocumsbigtorep.infoinfod, the thrash metallers place more emphasis on subjects like freedom of choice, political corruption, hypocrisy, and .
  2. Teshura says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Practice What You Preach on Discogs.5/5(1).
  3. Dirr says:
    Envy Life Lyrics: Regarding to the nature used with pacts of magic / Spirits from the vastly deep / Respond the calls from their broken silence / Make sure your reach does not exceed your grasp.
  4. Kazikinos says:
    Practice What You Preach is the third full-length Testament album and probably the best of their first era, which starts with "The Legacy" and ends with "The Ritual". While it lacks the delightful eerie acoustic sessions that are spotted in some of the songs of the New Order (i.e. Eerie Inhabitants and Disciples of the Watch) it is full of.
  5. Kazizragore says:
    Aug 26,  · 10 videos Play all Testament - Practice What You Preach (full album ) OldSchool Maniac Testament - Titans of Creation (FULL ALBUM ) | THRASH METAL - Duration: Wearemetalheadz.
  6. Tulrajas says:
    Practice What You Preach, an Album by Testament. Released in on Atlantic (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: Thrash Metal.
  7. Grotaxe says:
    Envy life! Come on down to the house of pain You hear them calling Shouting out their names in vain. envy life! In regards to the nature used with pacts of magic Spirits from the vastly deep Respond the calls from their broken silence Make sure your reach does not exceed your grasp All that is to be done before you act In a pact of invoking.
  8. Arashigore says:
    Practice what you preach, és uno de los mejores album thrash de siempre! Y seguro, el mejor de Testament. Album de una violencia musical dishumana, con dos canciones que sobresalen: la tittle traxk y Desciple of the watch, donde Skolnick demuestra todo lo gran gutarrista que es! Un album clasico da poseer y escuchar/5().
  9. Vudokora says:
    Practice what you preach! You think your life's so grad You don't believe a word you say Your feet aren't on the ground You let your life just slip away Just so uncertain of your body and your soul The promises you make, your mind so blank And then you lose control, then you lose control! Pay the burnt bridge toll, then you lose control Pay the.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *