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Coerced Coexistence - In Flames - Colony (Cassette, Album)

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  • Maukasa
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    Colony, an Album by In Flames. Released on Nuclear Blast (catalog no. NB ; CD). Genres: Melodic Death Metal.
  • Bratilar
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    Listen to your favorite songs from Colony by In Flames Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
  • Melkree
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    The album deals with various aspects of religion, society, and spirituality, from the somewhat positive light of Embody the Invisible and The New Word, to the more negative Zombie Inc. and Scorn. Colony features a faster, tighter, and more energetic approach to the music than displayed on the previous album, Whoracle, though the song-writing approach is similar.
  • Yolabar
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    Label: Century Media - • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo • Country: Germany • Genre: Rock • Style: Death Metal, Heavy Metal.
  • Samur
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    Coerced Coexistence Lyrics: I'll take you on a ride / As part-owner to my pain / Our ideals they collide / Coerced coexistence / I fought the world today .
  • Togar
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    Jul 11,  · In Flames - Colony () Album Photo by Necrosanct. Format: CD. 10 likes. Colony ‎(CD, Album) EMCD Evolution music South Korea 01 Embody The Invisible. 02 Ordinary Story. 03 Scorn. 04 Colony. 05 Zombie Inc. 06 Pallar Anders Visa. 07 Coerced Coexistence. 08 Resin. 09 Behind Spa.
  • Shakak
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    Coerced coexistence I fought the world today - postpone my birth again We stumble on and on - but bound to die alone Pine - I'm selling my soul today Pine - I need some sympathy This infiltrates my brain "In the sunshine the sun is mine" Pitiless wanderer Close your eyes and bow your head Grotesque thoughts in a line Threw my wings into the.
  • Faujinn
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    Band: In Flames Song: Coerced Coexistence (Solos) Album: Colony Tabbed by: Gary Bryan (garybryan at kekandustlisormavoburlitodeerow.coinfo) Tuning: C Standard (C F Bb Eb G C) My interpretation of the solos from Coerced Coexistence.
  • Mazull
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    Review by Luka on May 9, Every good band must evolve and change its sound to avoid becoming stale and predictable, and on "Colony", the path In Flames would eventually take becomes clear. A lighter, more melodic type of death-black metal sound that is being hailed by some as the "greatest thing to happen to metal since Maiden" is what they deliver with "Colony".
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