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The Enticer - God, Protect Me From Your Followers FLAC album

Performer: The Enticer
Genre: Electronic
Title: God, Protect Me From Your Followers
Country: Netherlands
Released: 2004
Style: Hardcore, Gabber
FLAC version ZIP size: 1599 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1369 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1115 mb
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 694

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Home Gabba Genosha Holland The Enticer . God Protect Me From Your Followers. Cat: GENOSHA 04 Released: 12 July, 2004 Genre: Gabba. What is Album Only? Some artists and labels prefer certain tracks to be purchased as part of an entire release.

Enticer also recorded another 8 songs in 1991 that together with the 7" trax was used as kinda demo that was given to friends and fans and planned to use for a possible album later as well but in August 1991 Enticer fell apart and the album was never realised. Complete discography.

Главная Переводы песен P Placebo Protect Me From What I Want. 6 7 8 9. Protect Me From What I Want (оригинал Placebo). Защити меня от моих желаний (перевод somebody). Of the hole that we call our home. Той дыры, что мы зовем нашим домом. Защити меня от моих желаний. Protect me protect me.

God will protect you. Community organisation. Through Jesus You Will Be Saved. It looks like you may be having problems playing this video. If so, please try restarting your browser. Posted by Michael Szulkowski.

Sometimes God's protection comes in the form of peace and strength in the middle of despair. Sometimes God's protection comes as an ending because he sees something more on the horizon that we cannot see. As a believer in Jesus, we are promised a new life covered under the protection of God in which NOTHING can separate us from His love

Album The Fidelity Wars. May God Protect Your Home Lyrics. I'm tired of boys who fight with girls and stain their sheets And girls who tell stories of boys and graze their knees And where did you get to smell so sweet Is that sweetness for me And where did I find these eyes that I found They will surely let me down. And your hair stops short of a line which starts at your neck And flows over your collarbone down to your breast Where my hand lies ever so gently

Protect Me From What I Want by Placebo From album Sleeping With Ghost, The song is simple,just repeat those chords through whole song. Intro on piano is also made of those chords.


Self-Analysis 6:29
Show No Remorse 6:29
Strengthening Hate 5:43
Self-Analysis (The Outside Agency Remix) 6:55


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
GEN004 The Enticer God, Protect Me From Your Followers ‎(12") Genosha Recordings GEN004 Netherlands 2004
GEN004 The Enticer God, Protect Me From Your Followers ‎(12", W/Lbl) Genosha Recordings GEN004 Netherlands 2004
GENOSHA 04 The Enticer God, Protect Me From Your Followers ‎(4xFile, MP3, 320) Genosha Recordings GENOSHA 04 Netherlands Unknown

One of the best Genosha releases in my opinion. Very unorthodox style for the label's output and doesn't quit fit with the other clinical sounding releases on Genosha. The distortion on all tracks is totally unhinged and crisp yet despite this, every track still hits very hard. I heard the wave files before it went to press and believe it or not the distortion level was not a pressing issue, the original files are just as nasty and dedicated to the destructive distortion sound as the vinyl. The Enticer was ahead of his game on practically everything he ever put out in terms of Hardcore / Industrial Gabber with a sound that for many was and still is in 2016.. too distorted!Well done, Aaron!

Dirt work by The Enticer. Not as clean sounding as most of the rest of Genosha's releases, and also using alot of industrial noizes, but still worth Genosha in quality. Using dark and chaotic patterns, very rough distortion and cool rhythms, this one surely is original. Also, the TOA remix is also very cool! It's alot cleaner and with more atmosphere and synthwork then the original. But yet the original stays recognizable. Also, the remix is one of the few tracks TOA have really done together, and that makes it original aswell