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8 thoughts on “ Shores Of Sin - Death Angel (2) - Frolic Through The Park (CD, Album)

  1. Frolic Through the Park is often called as the worst Death Angel's album and I don't know why. I like it a lot, maybe after ultra thrashing debut, it sounds little weak and not so agressive, but it is still great. You know they have better albums, including their debut The Ultra-Violence or next release Act III, but even so, this album is no flop.I like every song except Cold Gin, really not.
  2. Frolic Through The Park (LP) Death Angel Frolic Through The Park (CD) Death Angel Fall From Grace (CD) Death Angel View More. Label Releases. Melissa (CD) Mercyful Fate Don't Break The Oath (CD) Mercyful Fate Nuns Have No Fun (CD) Mercyful Fate In Concert Abigail (CD).
  3. Archives and Artifacts () is a box set by the band Death Angel, consisting of remasters of their first two albums The Ultra-Violence and Frolic through the Park, as well as a bonus CD, and a DVD with video recordings of the band and a music video. There was an error in the first pressing of the box set.
  4. Death Angel's Frolic through the park will always be in the shadow of their debut record, The Ultra Violence. While its not an all out thrash assault, it does offer some absolutely fast and feral songs that would fit alongside their debut in the likes of 3rd floor, guilty of innocence and mind rape/5(53).
  5. Artist: Death Angel Country: United States Album: Frolic Through The Park (US reissue '93) Genre: Thrash Metal Release Date: Publisher: (CD-Rip) Restless (7 ) Quality: kbps FLAC (bervetesidnarolathearabcimasde.xyzinfo log. cd scans) Total Size: Mb File sharing: Turbobit/Hitfile/Gigapeta 1. 3rd Floor 4'56 2. Road Mutants 3'43 3. Why You Do This 5'
  6. Death Angel song lyrics for album Frolic Through The Park. Tracks: 3rd Floor, Road Mutants, Why You Do This, Bored, Confused, Guilty Of Innocence, Open Up, Shores Of Sin, Mind Rape.
  7. Frolic Through the Park is the second studio album by the American thrash metal band Death Angel, released in This was the band's last full-length studio album released on Enigma Records before signing to Geffen Records in Mark Osegueda revealed in a interview that the source of the title "Why You Do This" was a line in the film The Exorcist. The song "Bored" was used in a scene in .
  8. Aug 08,  · 11 videos Play all Death Angel ~ Frolic Through the Park Robb Anonymous Running Wild - Gates To Purgatory ( FULL ALBUM) - Duration: Fabrício Gabriel , views.

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