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Paranoid Visions - Cryptic Cross Words Full Album

Paranoid Visions - Cryptic Cross Words Full Album Performer: Paranoid Visions
Title: Cryptic Cross Words
Style: Punk
Category: Rock
Date of release: 07 Aug 2015
Country: UK
Label: Overground Records
Catalog number: OVER147LP
Size MP3: 2974 mb
Size FLAC: 2817 mb
Rating: 4.7


1Banama Republic
2 Cryptic Cross Words Cd
4Murder Most Foul
5Anagram Sam
6Love Letters
7Paranoid Visions
8Across The Holocausts
9Mutant Circus
10The Angelus At Six Pm
11Banama Republic
12When Anger Turns To Rage


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
OVER147CDParanoid Visions Cryptic Cross Words ‎(CD, Album)Overground RecordsOVER147CDUK2015
OVER147LPParanoid Visions Cryptic Cross Words ‎(LP, Album, Whi + CD, Album + CD, Album, Ltd)Overground RecordsOVER147LPUK2015


  • Artwork By – Boz Mogabe
  • BassT. J. Qra
  • DrumsJay Suss Christ
  • GuitarDanarchy, P. A.
  • Lyrics ByDeklan Dachau
  • Mixed ByNiall Daly, Paranoid Visions
  • Music ByParanoid Visions
  • ProducerNiall Daly, Paranoid Visions
  • Recorded ByBuck Defect (tracks: B1), Niall Daly (tracks: A1-A5, B2-B5), Richie "Inception" O'Hanlon (tracks: B1), Yanko (tracks: A1-A5, B2-B5)
  • SamplerSteo Pain
  • VocalsAoife Destruction, Deko Dachau


the CD album version Overground Records OVER147CD and its 16 page booklet included,


  • Barcode: 6894921607158
  • Label Code: 4593


  • Published By – Wipe Out Music Ltd.
  • Licensed From – FOAD Musick
  • Recorded At – Oblivion Studios, Dunboyne – track A1-A5, B2-B5
  • Recorded At – Doghouse Studios, Lisburn – track B1
  • Recorded At – Lair Studios – track B1
  • Mixed At – Oblivion Studios, Dunboyne


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