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Ballistic, Sadistic

Annihilator

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1.1
Armed To The Teeth  EXPLICIT
Annihilator
4:26
1.2
The Attitude  EXPLICIT
Annihilator
4:01
1.3
Psycho Ward
Annihilator
4:39
1.4
I Am Warfare
Annihilator
4:46
1.5
Out With The Garbage
Annihilator
4:26
1.6
Dressed Up For Evil
Annihilator
4:40
1.7
Riot
Annihilator
3:45
1.8
One Wrong Move  EXPLICIT
Annihilator
4:35
1.9
Lip Service
Annihilator
5:47
1.10
The End Of The Lie
Annihilator
4:15
Total Playing Time    45:20
The legendary Canadian metal band Annihilator: Jeff Waters (vocals and guitar) Rich Hinks (bass), Aaaron Homma (guitar) and Fabio Alessandrini (Drums) deliver their 17th studio album.

Ballistic, Sadistic promises to deliver a full speed-metal aural assault that would have even the most fearless thrasher quaking in their white high tops. The album is comprised of ten tracks of pure Annihilating metal, produced, engineered, edited and mixed by Jeff Waters himself in his recording studio, Watersound Studios UK.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Neverland Music Inc. Studio Masters

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