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Various - Parody mp3
Performer: Various
Title: Parody
Released: 06 Sep 2015
Label: Factory Of Core
Country: Spain
Style: Doomcore, Industrial, Hardcore, Breakcore, Speedcore, Gabber
Catalog #: FOC030
Genre: Electronic
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 926
Formats: 22 × File, MP3, Compilation, 320 kbps
FLAC size: 1038 mb
MP3 size: 1104 mb


2FreethinkerNoise Interference5:26
3Fuker NukerI Hate You!!! (Short Mix)3:29
4Unknown CastleScreams In The Park4:46
5XkriOuter Space6:02
6Hologram I Said...Fuck Off!5:34
7P4iNMom Is Not Home4:21
8PeckerheadJeg Har Det For Vild5:58
9Imil & Demon's BreathThe Industrial Funk3:46
10Elezeta BarriosJauria3:53
11Adreim999Toma Chapa3:41
12PsikoColour Me Black5:52
14NoiseMastahControl The Universe3:23
15CyprikoreBreaking Bass4:38
16Coke Mafia & RudecatUnchained4:11
19PsickopathikSmells Like Macho6:02
20Fed Flat Dub5:22
21Mr. CatekKeep Dem Talking5:12
22OrnixPAD (Priest Anal Destroyer)5:18


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