℗ 2016 Nightingale Music
Duration 30m 09s
Record Label Nightingale Music Library
Catalogue No. NIGHT 147
Release Date March 15, 2017
Genre Rock
 

Chaos: Intense Hybrid Rock

Various Artists

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1.1
Divide and Conquer
John August Pregler; Bernard James Perry
4:13
1.2
Chaos
John August Pregler; Bernard James Perry
2:19
1.3
Into The Abyss
John August Pregler; Bernard James Perry
2:59
1.4
Rail Gun
John August Pregler; Anthony Militello; Karlo Andre Estevez Castillo
2:41
1.5
Earth Crusher
John August Pregler; Anthony Militello; Karlo Andre Estevez Castillo
2:39
1.6
There Will Be Blood
John August Pregler; Anthony Militello; Karlo Andre Estevez Castillo
2:48
1.7
Armed Forces
John August Pregler; Anthony Militello; Karlo Andre Estevez Castillo
2:50
1.8
Reckoning
John August Pregler; Anthony Militello; Karlo Andre Estevez Castillo
4:02
1.9
Total Annihilation
John August Pregler; Bernard James Perry
2:30
1.10
Dark Omen
John August Pregler; Bernard James Perry
3:08
Duration    30m 09s
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Nightingale Music Library Studio Masters

Tracks 1, 3, 5 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM Tracks 4, 6-9 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 48 kHz / 24-bit

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