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Slogun - We Human Animal album

Slogun - We Human Animal album Performer: Slogun
Title: We Human Animal
Style: Power Electronics
Date of release: 2011
Size MP3: 1712 mb
Size FLAC: 1715 mb
Rating: 4.2

Slogun ‎– We Human Animal. Label: Circle Of Shit ‎– . Country: US. Released: Feb 2011. Poorly recorded digital boredom. I hope SLOGUN will return to his analogue roots in the future. Reply Notify me 1 Helpful. Marketplace 0 7 For Sale from €. 1.

WE HUMAN ANIMAL by Slogun COS, released 01 February 2011 1. We Hate 2. We Cheat 3. We Lie 4. We Accuse 5. We Betray 6. We Envy 7. We Justify 8. We Hurt 9. We Attack 10. We Crush 11. We Destroy 12. We Bury 13. We Are A concept album of sorts revolving around humans' more despicable traits and habits. Originally released as a CD on Circle of Shit in tri-fold digipack packaging. Random influences here: "FTW", Bensonhurst, Sicily. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. We human animal CD. Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album. Full length album on CD in 6-PANEL digipak packaging. Released on circle of shit.

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Release group by Slogun. We Human Animal (Power Electronics). 25. Release group information.

We as Human is the first major label and second and final studio album by Christian rock band We as Human, released on June 25, 2013 by Atlantic Records. The album was produced by Howard Benson. We as Human has received positive reception from music critics.


1 We Hate 6:17
2 We Cheat 3:03
3 We Lie 2:45
4 We Accuse 5:12
5 We Betray 3:46
6 We Envy 2:59
7 We Justify 4:18
8 We Hurt 3:55
9 We Attack 4:35
10 We Crush 4:28
11 We Destroy 4:36
12 We Bury 4:11
13 We Are 6:35


Recorded in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn 2010/2011.

Six-panel digipak. Edition of 300 copies.

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Poorly recorded digital boredom. I hope SLOGUN will return to his analogue roots in the future.