...For The Sake Of Nothing - Sirrah (2) - Will Tomorrow Come? (CD, Album)


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1997
Label: Sampony Records - D-1403 • Format: CD Album • Country: South Korea • Genre: Rock • Style: Death Metal, Alternative Rock, Doom Metal


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8 thoughts on “ ...For The Sake Of Nothing - Sirrah (2) - Will Tomorrow Come? (CD, Album) ”

  1. Recorded February/March Track 5, "Will Tomorrow Come?", is named "Did Tomorrow Come?" on the track listing on the CD. In an interview Sirrah said that originally the whole album was to be named "Did Tomorrow Come ", but Music For Nations rejected the title calling it "incorrect English"/5(19).
  2. Track 5 should be titled "Did Tomorrow Come?" as on the original pressing for Metal Mind Productions. In an interview Sirrah said that originally the whole album was to be named "Did Tomorrow Come ", but Music For Nations rejected the title calling it "incorrect English"/5(5).
  3. Track 5 on foreign versions also was named incorrectly as"Will Tomorrow Come?" instead "Did Tomorrow Come?". In an interview Sirrah said that Music For Nation rejected the title because it was "incorrect" English. The limited Metal Mind Productions edition from comes with bonus track prophetically titled "Misconception"/5(45).
  4. Feb 16,  · Will Tomorrow Come?, an Album by Sirrah. Released in November on Music for Nations (catalog no. CDMFN ; CD). Genres: Death Doom Metal, Doom Metal/5(2).
  5. I have come here in order to hate Destroy Plunder and murder To make a sacrifice to fight for lost Purity That is my burden To achieve success it takes the death Of several thousand people Or even more The tyranny of the talented oppressors Will introduce order and.
  6. In an interview Sirrah said that originally the whole album was to be named "Did Tomorrow Come ", but Music For Nation label rejected the title because it was "incorrect" English. The bonus track is in .
  7. Sirrah - Did Tomorrow Come - atdifortaulawti.datibliopyrecubatemitdodileg.co Music. Skip to main content. Try Prime Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Orders Try Prime Cart. CDs & .
  8. Best Sirrah Songs. Rank Song Album Rating Votes; 1 For the Sake of Nothing: Did Tomorrow Come ().

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