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Streets of Aberdeen

Hellbound Glory

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1
Streets of Aberdeen
Hellbound Glory
4:10
2
Wishkah River
Hellbound Glory
0:33
3
Small Township
Hellbound Glory
3:01
4
Cold Dark Summer
Hellbound Glory
2:25
5
No Service
Hellbound Glory
2:41
6
Where Did you Sleep Last Night
Hellbound Glory
2:24
7
Big Time
Hellbound Glory
3:26
8
Just a Shell of a...
Hellbound Glory
3:04
9
Oil & Opium
Hellbound Glory
2:38
10
Irene Goodnight
Hellbound Glory
3:06
11
Billy Gohl
Hellbound Glory
0:37
12
Streets of Aberdeen (Reprise)
Hellbound Glory
2:48
Total Playing Time    30:53
In 2014, Hellbound Glory released an EP entitled "LV" that featured the songs "Just A Shell....", "No Service", and the title track. This release features all five songs from the original EP, remastered here for maximum audio quality, as well as seven additional recordings.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Black Country Rock Studio Masters

Tracks 2, 11, 12 – contains monophonic material - ie., both channels are identical.
Track 12 – contains material which has been processed by a perceptual audio coding algorithm.

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