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Perilous Nation - Testament (2) - Practice What You Preach (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Practice What You Preach is a thrash metal music album recording by TESTAMENT released in on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. This page includes TESTAMENT Practice What You Preach's: cover picture, songs / tracks list, members/musicians and line-up, different releases details, buy online: ebay and amazon, ratings and detailled reviews by some experts, collaborators and members.
  2. Jun 30,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - T̲estament̲ - Pra̲c̲t̲ice What You Pr̲each () [Full Album] HQ YouTube Testament - The Gathering () [Full Album] HQ - Duration: The Metal Archives.
  3. Dec 23,  · Practice What You Preach is the third studio album by American thrash metal band Testament. It was released in August on Atlantic/Megaforce. Description provided by Wikipedia under Creative Commons Attribution CC-BY-SA /5().
  4. It is the title track to their third album released in The song was a moderate mainstream rock hit, which featured a music video that gained substantial MTV airplay. View wiki. Practice What You Preach was written by Testament. It is the title track to their third album released in
  5. Heavy 31st Anniversary Testament's Practice What You Preach Testament merilis album studio ketiga mereka Practice What You Preach pada tanggal 4 Agustus .
  6. 💥💥 Hoy 4 de agosto se cumplen 25 años del lanzamiento del brutal álbum, ‘Massive Killing Capacity’, de la legendaria.
  7. ‪On this day in , Testament released ‘Practice What You Preach.’‬ 🎵 The lyrical themes of Practice What You Preach are more about politics and society than the occult themes of the band's previous two albums. The title track of this album was a moderate mainstream rock hit, which featured a music video that gained substantial MTV airplay, as did "The Ballad".
  8. Practice What You Preach is the third full-length Testament album and probably the best of their first era, which starts with "The Legacy" and ends with "The Ritual". While it lacks the delightful eerie acoustic sessions that are spotted in some of the songs of the New Order (i.e. Eerie Inhabitants and Disciples of the Watch) it is full of.
  9. The standout tracks on this album, for me, are: "Practice What You Preach," "Perilous Nation" (which has a nifty, jazzy little outro), "Sins of Omission" (an awesome, frantic thrash song), "The Ballad" (a nice acoutic bit that builds up to a great heavy ending), and "Nightmare (Coming Back to You /5().

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