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It's Hard to Have Hope

Svalbard

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1.1
Unpaid Intern
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4:02
1.2
Revenge Porn
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6:15
1.3
Feminazi?!
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4:19
1.4
Pro-Life?
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4:44
1.5
For the Sake of the Breed
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4:18
1.6
How Do We Stop It?
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5:38
1.7
Try Not to Die Until You're Dead
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6:02
1.8
IOREK
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2:16
Total Playing Time    37:34
Combining elements of hardcore and metal, It's Hard to Have Hope presents an honest, yet optimistic view of current political climates. The debut record was engineered and mixed by Lewis Johns at The Ranch Production House, and mastered by Brad Boatright at Audiosiege.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Translation Loss Studio Masters

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