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Ray - Revolution Final -Ever Seen Musikalbum Darsteller: Ray
Titel: Revolution Final -Ever Seen-
Stil: Goth Rock, Post-Punk, Alternative Rock
Category: Rockmusik
Datum der Freigabe: 21 Jun 2000
Land: Japan
Etikett: Kreis
Katalognummer: TPVT-01
Size MP3: 2489 mb
Size FLAC: 1980 mb
Rating: 4.1


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Features footage from their final live show in November of 1999. Limited to 2000 copies.


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