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Death Angel Lyrics

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Death Angel Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Dethroned
2 The Ultra-Violence
3 Bored
4 Disturbing The Peace
5 Road Mutants
6 Stagnant
7 Seemingly Endless Time
8 Kill As One
9 Stop
10 Lord Of Hate
11 Shores of Sin
12 Sonic Beatdown
13 Final Death
14 Buried Alive
15 Soulless
16 Open Up
17 Famine
18 Lost
19 Caster Of Shame - Live
20 The Noose
21 Voracious Souls (Live @ Rock Hard 2007)
22 Ex-TC
23 Thicker Than Blood (live)
24 Cold Gin
25 Discontinued
26 Father of Lies
27 Seemingly Endless Time (Live at Rock Hard 2007)
28 When Worlds Collide
29 Mistress of Pain (Live @ Rock Hard 2007)
30 3rd Floor
31 Territorial Instinct - Bloodlust
32 Why You Do This
33 The Organization
34 It Can't Be This
35 Seemingly Endless Time (Live)
36 God vs. God
37 Ex-Tc (Live @ Rock Hard 2007)
38 Thrown to the Wolves
39 Territorial Instinct/Bloodlust
40 Guilty of Innocence
41 Veil Of Deception
42 Hatred United, United Hate
43 Voracious Souls (Live)
44 Steal The Crown
45 3rd floor (Live @ Rock Hard 2007)
46 Thicker Than Blood
47 Execution - Don't Save Me
48 Carnival Justice
49 Thrashers
50 Breakaway
51 Mistress of Pain (Live)
52 Resurrection Machine
53 Thrown to the Wolves (Live @ Rock Hard 2007)
54 The Devil Incarnate
55 Heaven and Hell (Black Sabbath Cover)
56 Left for Dead
57 The Electric Cell
58 Ex-TC (Live)
59 River Of Rapture
60 5 Steps of Freedom (Live @ Rock Hard 2007)
61 Execution/Don't Save Me
62 Son of the Morning
63 Let the Pieces Fall
64 3Rd Floor (Live)
65 Absence Of Light
66 The Devil Incarnate (Live @ Rock Hard 2007)
67 Gulity of Innocence
68 Mind Rape
69 I.P.F.S.
70 Fallen
71 5 Steps Of Freedom
72 Thrown to the Wolves (Live)
73 This Hate
74 Disturbing the Peace (Live @ Rock Hard 2007)
75 The Ultra-Violence (Introduction: Carnival Justice)
76 Never Me
77 The Dream Calls for Blood
78 Prophecy
79 5 Steps of Freedom (Live)
80 Death Of The Meek
81 Stagnant (Live @ Rock Hard 2007)
82 Into The Arms Of Righteous Anger
83 Succubus
84 Hell To Pay
85 The Devil Incarnate (Live)
86 Opponents At Sides
87 The Ultra-Violence (introduction: Carnival Justice) (Live @ Rock Hard 2007)
88 Truce
89 Execution - Don’t Save Me
90 Left For Dead - Live
91 Disturbing the Peace (Live)
92 I Chose The Sky
93 Bored (Live @ Rock Hard 2007)
94 Confused
95 Claws In So Deep
96 Caster of Shame
97 Fallen - Live
98 Stagnant (Live)
99 Volcanic
100 Kill As One (Live @ Rock Hard 2007)
101 A Room With A View
102 Detonate
103 Buried Alive - Live
104 Bored (Live)
105 Where They Lay
106 The Ultra-Violence (Introduction:carnival Justice) [Live @ Rock Hard 2007]
107 Evil Priest
108 No
109 Empty
110 The Dream Calls For Blood - Live
111 Kill As One (Live)
112 Relentless Revolution
113 The Ultra-Violence (Introduction: Carnival Justice) [Live at Rock Hard 2007]
114 Falling Asleep
115 The Moth
116 Truce - Live
117 Thicker Than Blood (Live @ Rock Hard 2007)
118 Voracious Souls
119 Heaven and Hell (Bonus Track)
120 Spirit
121 Word to the Wise
122 Cause For Alarm
123 Detonate - Live
124 Seemingly Endless Time (Live @ Rock Hard 2007)
125 Mistress of Pain
126 The Riddle

Death Angel Bio

Death Angel is a Filipino-American thrash metal band from Concord, California. Initially active from 1982 to 1991, the band reformed at the Thrash of the Titans benefit concert for Chuck Billy in 2001.

Death Angel was formed in the San Francisco Bay Area, California, in 1982 by cousins Rob Cavestany (lead guitar), Dennis Pepa (vocals, bass), Gus Pepa (rhythm guitar), and Andy Galeon (drums). After considering a number of different names for the band, including "Dark Fury," Cavestany and D. Pepa settled on the name "Death Angel" after coming across a book by that title in a book store. In 1983, the band released their first demo, Heavy Metal Insanity, with Matt Wallace serving as producer. According to Mark Osegueda, the group was then "more like a metal band, more like Iron Maiden, Tygers Of Pan Tang and stuff like that," as the so-called Bay Area thrash movement was only just beginning to rise to prominence at the time, and make its influence felt. Osegueda, a second cousin of the other four members who had been working as their roadie, became the group's vocalist in 1984 and performed his first show with the band on a bill with Megadeth in April of that year (at one of the four Megadeth gigs to feature Kerry King on guitar).

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Death_Angel