Legion is the second album by American death metal band Deicide. It was released by Roadrunner Records on June 9, 1992. The band considers this album to be its most difficult, and claims it is too chaotic.
I Am Legion is the self-titled collaborative album by I Am Legion, the side project of Dutch record producers Noisia and British rappers Metropolis and Orifice Vulgatron of Foreign Beggars. The album was released on 2 September 2013 through Division, OWSLA and Par Excellence. The album topped the Beatport releases chart within three days of release. The instrumental version of the album, solely produced by Noisia, was released on 29 November 2013
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Heavy Metal Legion (UK). Released date 29 October 2010.
Legion is the second full-length album by American death metal band Deicide. Though the album has been praised by fans, "Dead But Dreaming" was the only track of this album that remained in their live set, though as recently as 2010 the band has begun playing "Trifixion" and "Holy Deception" as well. Unlike Deicide's first album, this release did not use any
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Foreign Legion is the third studio album by Murfreesboro, TN band Fluid Ounces. The album marked a turning point for Fluid Ounces. The band had separated from Spongebath Records, and both founding members Brian Rogers and Ben Morton had left in 1999 to pursue other interests. The album was in fact named in honor of Morton, who at the time was considering joining the elite French Foreign Legion. However, while Rogers and Morton both contributed guitar and bass to several tracks respectively, the album also featured Doug Payne on guitar, Jason Dietz on bass, and Justin Meyer on drums.
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