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Armageddon (Stromkern album)

Armageddon
Studio album by Stromkern
Released 2001
Genre Electronica
Armageddon is also a 1979 album by the Canadian band Prism, re-released in 2004

Armageddon is the second album by the band Stromkern.

Contents

  • Track listing 1
    • Regular edition 1.1
    • Limited edition 1.2
      • Disc one 1.2.1
      • Disc two ("Perfect Remix") 1.2.2

Track listing

Regular edition

  1. "Terrorist"
  2. "Histories"
  3. "Re"-align
  4. "Melt"
  5. "My Salvation"
  6. "Night Riders"
  7. "No Release"
  8. "Strange Day Dawning"
  9. "Perfect Sunrise"
  10. "Armageddon"

Limited edition

Disc one

  1. Terrorist
  2. Histories
  3. Re-align
  4. Melt
  5. My Salvation
  6. Night Riders
  7. No Release
  8. Strange Day Dawning
  9. Perfect Sunrise
  10. Armageddon

Disc two ("Perfect Remix")

  1. Perfect Sunrise (Waveform Mix by Icon of Coil)
  2. Perfect Sunrise (Phototropic Mix by Null Device)
  3. Castaway
  4. Perfect Sunrise (Eclipse Mix by God Module)
  5. Melt (? & Oz's Mix by trilith)
  6. Perfect Sunrise (Stromkern's MTV Party-To-Go Mix)
  7. Re-align (Live @ Machine(x)Soul, WMSE Milwaukee)
  8. Perfect Sunrise (Red Dawn Version by BLANK)


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