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D'Four Me
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Legion is the second album by American death metal band Deicide. It was released by Roadrunner Records on June 9, 1992. The band considers this album to be its most difficult, and claims it is too chaotic.

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I Am Legion is the self-titled collaborative album by I Am Legion, the side project of Dutch record producers Noisia and British rappers Metropolis and Orifice Vulgatron of Foreign Beggars. The album was released on 2 September 2013 through Division, OWSLA and Par Excellence. The album topped the Beatport releases chart within three days of release. The instrumental version of the album, solely produced by Noisia, was released on 29 November 2013

See I Am Legion live at the following shows. The album was made during countless sessions (no more than 40 full studio days max) over the last five years. Many passes of production and scrutiny reached every track, alongside a plethora of feedback spread sheets and whiteboard summaries. We never set a deadline for ourselves; the whole idea of a full album only took shape later in the process when we realized how much material we had generated and how cool it could be to put it out as one big thing. It's a special bond between the two crews who have previous history.

Modifier l'album Reporter une erreur. Heavy Metal Legion (UK). Liste des groupes Heavy Metal Legion (UK) Legion. ajouter les paroles de l'album. Ajouter un fichier audio. Membres possèdant cet album0. 3. Caught in the Madness.

Foreign Legion (album). For the punk band, see Foreign Legion (band). Foreign Legion is the third studio album by Murfreesboro, TN band Fluid Ounces. The album marked a turning point for Fluid Ounces. The band had separated from Spongebath Records, and both founding members Brian Rogers and Ben Morton had left in 1999 to pursue other interests. The album was in fact named in honor of Morton, who at the time was considering joining the elite French Foreign Legion. This article is about the 2002 album by Fluid Ounces. For other uses, see foreign legion (disambiguation). This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Find sources: "Foreign Legion" album – news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR (January 2017) (Learn how and when to remove this template message). 2002 studio album by Fluid Ounces. While the album has received some criticism for its slicker, polished sound, Foreign Legion continued to widen the band's fanbase and featured the trademark Fluid Ounces variety of eclectic musical styles, ranging from playful boogie-woogie ("Poet Tree") and lush balladry ("The Last Thing") to hints of Latin ("Encyclopedia Brown").


1 Legion 10:21
2 legion II 00:53
3 legion III 00:24
4 legion V 10:22
5 legion VI 18:00


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