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The Poison - The Crown - Hell Is Here (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Hell Is Here by The Crown, released 09 March 1. The Poison 2. At the End 3. - Revolution 4. Dying of the Heart 5. Electric Night 6. Black Lightning 7. The Devil and the Darkness 8. Give You Hell 9. Body and Soul Mysterion Death By My Side.
  2. Mar 09,  · Stream Hell Is Here by The Crown and tens of millions of other songs on all your devices with Amazon Music Unlimited. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample)/5(11).
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Red with Dark Flames Splatter Vinyl release of Hell Is Here on Discogs. Label: Night Of The Vinyl Dead Records - NIGHT • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Limited Edition Red with Dark Flames Splatter • Country: Italy • Genre: Rock • Style: Thrash, Death Metal/5(16).
  4. ARTIST: The Crown ALBUM: Hell Is Here RELEASE DATE: 03/09/ The Poison At The End Revolution Dying Of The Heart Electric Night Black Lightning The Devil And The Darkness Give You Hell Body And Soul Mysterion Death By My Side.
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  6. Hell Is Here is the third album by Swedish death / thrash metal band The Crown. It was the first album to be originally released with the name "The Crown" instead of the previous name "Crown of Thorns", changed due to legal reasons.
  7. THE CROWN LYRICS. album: "Hell Is Here" () 1. The Poison 2. At the End 3. - Revolution 4. Dying of the Heart 5. Electric Night 6. Black Lightning 7. The Devil and the Darkness 8. Give You Hell 9. Body and Soul Mysterion.
  8. This is just a straight-up metal album with short bursts of punk-fueled Motörhead influences and dismal lyrics of evil, death, and all-around grimness. Although high on the cheese factor at times, the Crown is a nice standout in the pre-millennial time when metal has been practically ignored unless it has scratching turntables or oddly placed samples.