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Bullet Tooth 2011 Sampler:

Affiance “Call To The Warrior” (Taken from ‘No Secret Revealed’)
Victory In Numbers “The King Is Dead” (Taken from ‘Killing. Mourning. Love.’)
Most Precious Blood “A Danger To Myself And Others” (Taken from ‘DNR’)
Deception Of A Ghost “In Case You Forgot” (Taken from ‘Speak Up, You’re Not Alone’)
Kid Liberty “Coolguy Deluxe!” (Taken from ‘Fight With Your Fists’)
First Blood “Enemy” (Taken from ‘Silence is Betrayal’)
Memphis May Fire “Action/Adventure” (Taken from ‘Between The Lies’)
The Great American Beast “Lord Of The Dance” (Taken from ‘The Modern Gentleman’)

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