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BASAL GANGLIA

Mestis

Progressive Metal


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Singles/EPs/Fan Club/Promo, released in 2012

Songs / Tracks Listing


1. Te Mato (4:06)
2. Semilla (2:53)
3. Olvidala (2:34)
4. Menta (5:01)
5. Luz Y Cielo (1:50)

Total Time 15:44

Line-up / Musicians




- Javier Reyes / Bass (2)
- Javier Reyes / Drum Programming (2)
- Matt Garstka / Guitar (2)
- Javier Reyes / Guitar (2)
- David Stout / Trombone
- Hector Barez / Percussion



Releases information

CD/LP released on Sumerian Records (SUM249, SUMLP-249)

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