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    Hellbender Turbulence - Lordi - Get Heavy (CD)

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    1. Kezilkree

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      Get Heavy Lordi. Type: Full-length Release date: November 1st, Catalog ID: DRAKKAR Label: Drakkar Records Format: CD Reviews: 5 reviews (avg. 82%) Songs; Lineup; Other versions; Reviews; Additional notes; 1. Scarctic Circle Gathering Hellbender Turbulence Show lyrics (loading lyrics) 9. Biomechanic Man Show lyrics.
    2. JoJogrel

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      View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Get Heavy on Discogs/5(3).
    3. Samugar

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      The CD starts off with a nice eerie intro, then blasts it's way to Get Heavy! Following is the classic riproaring Devil is a Loser, chanting the way for Rock The Hell Outta You. The beautiful Would You Love a Monsterman quickly captivates you with it's awesome guitar riffs and Mr. Lordi's raspy vocals.
    4. Bram

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      Nov 01,  · “Hellbender Turbulence” is the 8th track on Lordi’s debut studio album “Get Heavy”.
    5. Mesho

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      View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Get Heavy on Discogs. Label: Drakkar Records - DRAKKAR ,BMG Ariola München GmbH - 2 • Format: CD Enhanced • Country: Germany • Genre: Rock • Style: Heavy Metal Hellbender Turbulence: 9: Biomechanic Man: Last Kiss Goodbye: Dynamite Tonite /5(12).
    6. Vudogar

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      Watch the video for Hellbender Turbulence from Lordi's Get Heavy for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
    7. Daktilar

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      Lordi sprung up in , but didn't deliver their debut bombshell until the Winter of This album, Get Heavy, is still likely unmatched by any other album Lordi has released thus far. Get Heavy is a collection of overly-indulgent, testosterone fests of stupid energy and blunt assault.
    8. Dacage

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      Get Heavy is the debut album by Finnish hard rock band Lordi, released in Although the bass guitarist Kalma appears on the cover artwork, all bass guitars were played by the former bass guitarist Magnum, who left after the recording and before the release of .

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