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Freedom

Refused

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Elektra
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Old Friends / New War
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4:26
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Dawkins Christ
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4:03
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Françafrique
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4:37
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Thought Is Blood
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4:17
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War On The Palaces
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3:34
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Destroy The Man
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3:23
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366
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5:19
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Servants Of Death
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3:42
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Useless Europeans
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6:31
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    43:03
"Refused are f**king alive. There's no escape."
The Iconic Swedish hardcore band have released Freedom their first new album in 17 years.

In 1998 Refused released their iconic album The Shape of Punk to Come. It was also the year that the band broke up and declared "Refused Are F**king Dead". Fourteen years later, the band reignited in 2012 for a Coachella performance. The group started contemplating new music within the first four months of the reunion tour, a process greatly aided by the fact that drummer David Sandström, guitarist Kristofer Steen, and bassist Magnus Flagge had already been writing together informally for several years under the auspices of a new, vocal-less band.

Production for Freedom was overseen by Nick Launay.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Epitaph Studio Masters

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