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  • 01. Mise Au Pas
    02. L'ordre Et Ses Chiens
    03. Chape De Plomb
    04. Tension! Terreur! Tension!
    05. Le Temps Des Charniers
    06. Comme L'acier
    07. En Opposition
    08. L'échec
    09. Tous Contre Tous
    10. Survivre En Temps De Paix
    11. Diktat
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    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    10.02.2015
    Genre
    Punk
    Preis
    12,00 EUR
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