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Album: Soulfly (Bonus Track Version)

Artist: Soulfly

  • Genre: Metal
  • Release Date: 1998
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 20

  • Copyright: ℗ 1998, 2005 The All Blacks B.V. Issued under license to Roadrunner Records from The All Blacks B.

Tracklist For Soulfly (Bonus Track Version) By Artist Soulfly

Title Artist Time
Eye for an Eye Soulfly 3:34 USD 1.29
No Hope = No Fear Soulfly 4:35 USD 1.29
Bleed Soulfly 4:06 USD 1.29
Tribe Soulfly 6:02 USD 1.29
Bumba Soulfly 3:59 USD 1.29
First Commandment Soulfly 4:29 USD 1.29
Bumbklaatt Soulfly 3:51 USD 1.29
Soulfly Soulfly 4:48 USD 1.29
Umbabarauma Soulfly 4:11 USD 1.29
Quilombo Soulfly 3:43 USD 1.29
Fire Soulfly 4:21 USD 1.29
The Song Remains Insane Soulfly 3:39 USD 1.29
No Soulfly 4:00 USD 1.29
Prejudice Soulfly 6:52 USD 1.29
Karmageddon Soulfly 5:44 USD 1.29
Sultao Das Matas Soulfly 1:50 USD 1.29
Cangaceiro Soulfly 2:19 USD 1.29
Ain't No Feeble Bastard Soulfly 1:39 USD 1.29
Possibility of Life's Destruct Soulfly 1:31 USD 1.29
Blow Away (Rough Mix) [Bonus T Soulfly 4:07 USD 1.29

Reviews For Soulfly (Bonus Track Version) By Artist Soulfly

  • lame

    By r-hell
    im glad max left sepultura 'cause this is what he was turnin' it metal crap.
  • These mother#*^%ers jam

    By Chris Fitch
    The start if a great era in the late 90's. I think this is still one of there best albums ever.
  • !!!

    By Kornguy2222222
    Absolutely amazing album. Wayyy better than sepultura

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