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Prologue - Manilla Road - Crystal Logic (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Manilla Road - Crystal Logic LP Vinyl reissue of their all-time classic epic heavy metal monster! If you are just starting with Manilla Road this is where you want to be × Warning Cookies are used on this site to provide the best user experience.
  2. Band Name: Manilla Road Album Title: Crystal Logic Total Playing Time: Min. Country: USA Year: Record Label: Roadster Records Catalog Number: n/a Music Genre: Epic Heavy/Power Metal Rip Format: FLAC Booklet Scans: Yes Rip Quality: Lossless Size Archive: ~ MB Host: cialumtimidercont.raitiligargchissiteccujudxuarake.infoinfo Tracklist.
  3. MANILLA ROAD - Crystal Logic LP: HRR , limited to copies, x "crystal" green/ white splatter, x "crystal" green + x black vinyl, gatefold cover, poster, 2nd edition: ltd , x "crystal clear" vinyl + x black vinyl, gsm heavy gatefold cover, 3rd edition: x black vinyl + x highlighter yellow vinyl, gsm heavy cardboard cover, poster, 4th edition: gsm.
  4. Manilla Road’s CRYSTAL LOGIC is the album that first earned the band a spot among other legendary bands like Cirith Ungol, Candlemass, Manowar, and Virgin Steele that were instrumental in shaping the true metal bands of today such as Twisted Tower Dire, Lord Weird Slough Feg, Doomsword, Skullview, and Cauldron Born.
  5. Manilla Road - Crystal Logic download free. Label: High Roller Records ‎– HRR Type: Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered, Limited Edition, Splatter Country: Germany Date of released: Category: Rock Style: Heavy Metal.
  6. – Crystal Logic – Open The Gates – The Deluge – Mystification – Live Roadkill – Out of the Abyss – The Courts of Chaos – The Circus Maximus – Atlantis Rising – Spiral Castle – Gates of Fire – Voyager.
  7. Album. Crystal Logic Manilla Road. Released Prologue Lyrics. 2. Necropolis Lyrics. 3. Flaming Metal Systems Lyrics (Missing Lyrics) 4. Crystal Logic Lyrics. 5.
  8. The biggest and most obvious influence on Crystal Logic’s riffs is Black Sabbath (especially on the down-tempo songs “The Riddle Master” and “The Ram”, which also borrow Sabbath’s trick of suddenly speeding up towards the end of a song), but Manilla Road’s approach is a lot less bluesy and a lot more weird, and unlike with Sabbath.

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