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LIVE IN DUETSCHLAND

Saviour Machine

Progressive Metal


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DVD/Video, released in 1995

Songs / Tracks Listing


1. Live in Duetschland

Line-up / Musicians


- Eric Clayton / vocals
- Jeff Clayton / guitars
- Charles Cooper / bass
- Jayson Heart / drums
- Nathan Van Hala / keyboards and piano

Releases information

Video/VHS, Massacre Records, 1995

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