9 thoughts on “ Another Day - Lethal (13) - Programmed (CD, Album) ”

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  2. Tiësto has played "Lethal Industry" along Mason in live performances of the Tiësto in Concert 2, he became the first DJ to include a violin, and a classical instrument along a turntable. It was also included in his third studio album, Parade of the Athletes which was created due to Tiësto's success in the Summer Olympic Games.
  3. Get all the lyrics to songs on Programmed and join the Genius community of music scholars to learn the meaning behind the lyrics.
  4. Programmed is definitely more immediate than Lethal's later record Poison Seed, but lacks Poison Seed's warmth and quieter, more introspective moments. Both albums take you to the same rewarding destination by traveling different roads/5(11).
  5. The band released two albums that received solid reviews before changing styles on their third release "Poison Seed" and eventually disbanning. Lethal - Programmed (Metal Blade) 1. "Fire In Your Skin" () 2. "Programmed" () 3. "Plan Of Peace" () 4. "Another Day" () 5. "Arrival" () 6.
  6. Dec 22,  · Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Another Day · Lethal Programmed ℗ Metal Blade Records, Inc. Released on: Auto-generated by YouTube.
  7. Programmed Dichotomy by Wartooth, released 09 April 1. Wired to Die 2. Scourge 3. Benevolent Destroyer 4. Predator 5. Kingdom of Fear 6. Sabotage 7. Venomhead 8. Slave to the Grind (Skid Row Cover) 9. As Darkness Comes Programmed Dichotomy: All things exist in opposition to others: conflict of opinion, good vs evil, red vs blue, nature vs humanity, life vs death, yin and yang.
  8. Jul 13,  · Taken from the album 'Programmed'. Metal Blade Records. Line-up: Vocals: Tom Mallicoat Guitars: Dell Hull Guitars: Eric Cook Bass: Glen Cook Drums: Jerry Hartman.

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