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Saviour Machine

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Boxset/Compilation, released in 2002

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Saviour machine 1 (6:49)
2. Carnival of souls (6:08)
3. American babylon (7:30)
4. Ludicrous smiles (5:29)
5. Legend 1:1 (2:39)
6. The lamb (2:19)
7. Ascension of hearoes (4:33)
8. Legion (3:41)
9. Behold a pale horse (6:37)
10. A world alone (6:23)
11. Legend 2:2 (8:56)

Line-up / Musicians

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

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Phantom #B00005KKBT

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4 stars I bought this album when already having been well introduced to Saviour Machine, because it has pretty much the best songs from their first two albums (and because I got it so cheap). Synopsis is a good compilation, in a sense that it has many memorable tracks, such as classics Carnival of Souls, ... (read more)

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