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Hold On - Epitaph - See You In Alaska

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  1. Whether you are planning a funeral or simply looking for a little inspiration, here are some of the best epitaphs we’ve encountered. An epitaph is a meaningful tombstone tribute to someone who.
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  3. EPITAPH released SEE YOU IN ALASKA, in This page contains detailed performer credits and artist credits (line-up and band members), songs and tracks list, reviews, information and album cover graphic picture or DVD cover graphic or picture.
  4. On Your Knees Epitaph; Twist Of The Knife Epitaph; A Sad Song Epitaph; Sun Goes Down Epitaph; Fall From Grace Epitaph; One That Got Away Epitaph; Can't You See Epitaph; Ride The Storm Epitaph; Another Bloody Day Epitaph; Dancing With Ghosts Epitaph; A Number, No Name Epitaph; Dead Man's Train Epitaph; Looking For A Friend Epitaph; Psychedelic.
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  6. Sep 03,  · Tracklist: Do You Believe In Love Hold On Bad Feeling Fantasy See You In Alaska When I Lose Your Love Keep On Moving Tonight.
  7. Mar 12,  · 1st song on "See you in Alaska". Their Prog/Krautrock sound turned into Melodic Hard Rock. Epitaph - Do you believe in love YouTube; Epitaph - Epitaph - - (Full Album).
  8. Epitaph's fourth album Return to Reality was released by Brain Records in April A boogie rock record, marked by heavy metal influences, it was described as "mediocre" and was poorly received. See You in Alaska followed, again for the Brain label and stylistically in the same vein. Later that year Epitaph toured Germany with Uli Roth and Genres: Progressive rock, hard rock.
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