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Adversity

Various Artists

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1.1
No Looking Back
Adam Burns
4:10
1.2
Anatomy
Drew Milligan; James Wrigley
2:43
1.3
Dance to the Death
Alex Wilson; Edward Farmer
2:16
1.4
Last Resort
Stephen Vedmore; Matthew Hall
2:06
1.5
Race Against Time
Luciano Rossi; Nicholas Rice; Glenn Herweijer; Ben Sumner
2:05
1.6
Fire Dance
Adam Burns
2:02
1.7
Contender
Nicholas Hill; Glenn Herweijer; Ben Sumner
2:34
1.8
Challenge Accepted
Stuart Roslyn; Christopher Elmslie
2:09
1.9
Chrome Tango
Drew Milligan; James Wrigley
2:40
1.10
Olympus Mons
Adam Burns
4:36
1.11
Morion
Drew Milligan; James Wrigley
2:54
1.12
The Precipice
Stephen Vedmore; Matthew Hall
2:18
1.13
Inner Workings
Drew Milligan; James Wrigley
1:52
1.14
The Rum Baron
Stephen Vedmore; Matthew Hall
2:20
1.15
The Righteous
Drew Milligan; James Wrigley
3:04
1.16
Stand Off
Luciano Rossi; Nicholas Rice; Glenn Herweijer; Ben Sumner
2:12
1.17
Sanctuary
Drew Milligan; James Wrigley
2:24
1.18
Run for the Hills
Luciano Rossi; Nicholas Rice; Glenn Herweijer; Ben Sumner
2:37
Total Playing Time    47:02
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