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Bad Blood - Pro-Pain - Pro-Pain (CD)

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  1. Kajisho
    CD Universe is your source for Pro-Pain's song Bad Blood MP3 download lyrics and much more.
  2. Ferg
    PRO-PAIN EXPERIENCE! CD/DVD Package CD INCL. BRANDNEW TRACKS, RE-RECORDED HITS, A COVER VERSION, LIVE RECORDING DVD INCL. BIG FESTIVAL APPEARANCES, RARE FOOTAGES, VIDEOS AFM" CD-1 to 4 are new tracks. CD-5 to 8 are re-recorded tracks. CD /5(7).
  3. Yojora
    Make War (Not Love) (Pro-Pain) Bad Blood (Pro-Pain) The Truth Hurts (Pro-Pain) Put the Lights Out (Pro-Pain) Denial (Pro-Pain) Let Sleeping Dogs Lie (Pro-Pain) One Man Army (Pro-Pain) Down in the Dumps (Pro-Pain) The Beast Is Back (Pro-Pain) Switchblade Knife (Pro-Pain) Bad Blood (Live in Hamburg ) (Pro-Pain)5/5(2).
  4. Kigazilkree
    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Pro-Pain - The Truth Hurts at Discogs. Complete your Pro-Pain collection.
  5. Kigakree
    All tracks by Gary Meskil "Make War (Not Love) – "Bad Blood – "The Truth Hurts – "Put The Lights Out – "Denial – "Let Sleeping Dogs Lie – "One Man Army – "Down In The Dumps – "The Beast is Back – "Switchblade Knife – [edit]Personnel Tom Coyne – Mastering Rob "Wacko" Hunter – Engineer Ice-T – Vocals Gary Meskil – Bass /5(34).
  6. Akishakar
    THIS. IS. AMAZING. this is like hatebreed before hatebreed. THIS is metallic hardcore at its greatest!!! Pro pain is simply undeniable. They just have this flawless way of combining all of my favorite heavy bands, like Slayer, Cro Mags, Madball, Hatebreed, and Pantera and just roll it all into a giant ball of sheer heaviness!!!! the rapping bits and the use of horns I think is pretty cool too/5(34).
  7. Kajitilar
    CD in jewelcase with 8-page booklet. The musicians are uncredited, but shown on photos. All tracks recorded live in Tampa, Florida during Act of God Tour.
  8. Momi
    Description. While Pro-Pain and Biohazard could be considered quite similar both stylistically and in their subject matter (the decay of urban America), Biohazard was always more interested in fusing their sound with hardcore hip-hop, whereas Pro-Pain's crushing grooves took more from hardcore punk and thrash.

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