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Burn Down The Wheel - Astral Doors - Of The Son And The Father (CD, Album)

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  1. Dec 26,  · Tracks 12 and 13 are bonus tracks for the Japanese release. ℗&© Astral Doors Licensed by Astral Doors King Record Co., Ltd. Printed in Japan.
  2. 8. BURN DOWN THE WHEEL A cold winter night,the moon gave us light No,no,no,no,no Salves to desire,no fear in our eyes Something tells me,no Gave away our souls to the maker Made a deal with the taker To be or not to be [Chorus:] Burn down the wheel,burn down the wheel Like a .
  3. Of the Son and the Father, an album by Astral Doors on Spotify. We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, Burn Down the Wheel. 9. Night of the Witch. Rainbow in Your Mind.
  4. Title: Astral Doors - Of the Son and the Father () Retail CD Part: Front Dimensions: x px Size: KB Downloads: (0 today) Uploaded.
  5. With songs such as Prison For Life, Of The Son And The Father, Man On The Rock, Hungry People, Burn Down The Wheel - all of them scorching the sky - Astral Doors deserve your full attention. Ah before I leave you and let you run to the nearest metal Cds store, I must mention another surprise.
  6. Watch the video for Burn Down The Wheel from Astral Doors's Of The Son and The Father for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Playing via Spotify Playing via YouTube Playback options.
  7. Astral Doors is one of those bands that became a huge hit in the traditional and power metal circles pretty much overnight. Their debut full length in , Of the Son and the Father, paved the way for the band’s defining albums, Evil Is Forever and Astralism. Still unable to recapture the flame of their earlier works, Astral Doors continues to plod along mediocrity, hoping to one day.
  8. Astral Doors is one of those bands that became a huge hit in the traditional and power metal circles pretty much overnight. Their debut full length in , “Of the Son and the Father”, paved the way for the band’s defining albums, “Evil Is Forever” and “Astralism”. Still unable to recapture the flame of their earlier works, Astral Doors continues to plod along mediocrity, hoping to one day recapture the flame.