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9 thoughts on “ Casualty Of War - Contempt (3) - One Justice (CD, Album)

  1. The original quote is "The first casualty when war comes is truth". Hiram W Johnson, staunchly isolationist senator for California, to the US Senate in (the .
  2. This re-release of Agnostic Front's debut album and EP (packaged together on one CD) serves as a reminder of where real hardcore began. The combined listening time of the album and CD's 21 tracks clocks in at just under 22 minutes/5(17).
  3. CD Album Thrash Metal American Recordings 7 / 1: Bitter Peace 2: Death's Head 3: Stain Of Mind 4: Overt Enemy 5: Perversions Of Pain 6: Love To Hate 7: Desire 8: In The Name Of God 9: Scrum Screaming From The Sky Wicked Point Unguarded Instinct (Bonus) Tom Araya - Vocals/Bass Kerry King - Guitar.
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  5. Apr 20,  · Diamond Plate - 'Relativity' CD/EP Reviewed on genidisgioboithetiliboharisi.coinfo Bottom line: I'm surprised that this band hasn't been signed yet Casualty of War () 3. At the Mountains of Madness () 4. Criminal Justice () The drums give the album a real old school feel in all the right ways, sounding crisp and heavy in all the ways that.
  6. The combat film in World War II obviously differs from the combat film in the post-Vietnam era. Vietnam films reverse the events to show that war may have no moral meaning. In every sense John Ford's They were Expendable (starring John Wayne) is not the same kind of film as Oliver Stone's Platoon. Stone's film about Vietnam--as low mimetic film.
  7. Jul 11,  · This is a great album, beautifully produced and easy to listen to. The songs cover a wide range of topics and emotions, but the most memorable songs return to the central theme of the CD: We need to open our eyes to what's going on in the world--what's being done in our names--and stand up for peace and justice/5(8).

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