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Peaceful Non-Existence - Crisis In Democracy Album

Peaceful Non-Existence - Crisis In Democracy Album
Title:
Crisis In Democracy
Performer:
Peaceful Non-Existence
Style:
Hardcore
Released:
1994
Catalog:
CFR-001
Country:
US
MP3 album size:
1474 mb
FLAC album size:
2318 mb
Genre:
Label:
Cohesive Force Records

Tracklist


1Question Of Choice
2Trust
3Imperfection
4Revolution


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
CFR-001Peaceful Non-Existence Crisis In Democracy ‎(7", EP, RP)Cohesive Force RecordsCFR-001US1994
cfr-001Peaceful Non-Existence Crisis In Democracy ‎(7")Cohesive Force Recordscfr-001US1994
CFR-001Peaceful Non-Existence Crisis In Democracy ‎(7", Yel)Cohesive Force RecordsCFR-001US1994


Credits


  • Bass GuitarFetus
  • DrumsJonas Britt
  • EngineerMike Beard
  • GuitarAaron Hard-Edge
  • Photography [Front And Back Cover] – Shelley Q. Martin
  • ProducerMike Beard
  • VocalsJason Decker


Notes


100 copies pressed on blue vinyl. Hand-numbered on inside sleeve.
Recorded on 16 track at Yellow Studios, Chapel Hill, NC
Etching on Side A: Does the body rule the mind
Etching on Side B: Or does the mind rule the body


Companies


  • Recorded At – Yellow Recording Studio


Album


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