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  1. Tygozahn Reply
    Oct 13,  · Blue Record is the second studio album by the heavy metal band Baroness, released on 13 October It is considered the sister album to the previous album, Red Album. Blue Record debuted at number 1 on the Billboard Heatseekers chart, and was named Decibel's number 1 /5(43).
  2. Shaktihn Reply
    Show all songs by Baroness Popular Baroness albums Gold & Grey. Purple. Yellow & Green. A Horse Called Golgotha. Blue Record. Red Album.
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    Jul 23,  · Yellow & Green is the third studio album by the American sludge metal band Baroness. The double album was released on July 17, through Relapse Records. On May 14, , the first single "Take My Bones Away" was revealed on Baroness' official YouTube channel. The second single "March to the Sea" was released on June 13, /5(14).
  4. Yozshugor Reply
    Baroness formed in mid, founded by former members of the Punk/Metal band Johnny Welfare And The Paychecks. In August the band and their crew were involved in a very serious crash with their bus while being on tour in the UK.
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    Baroness’s Best Songs As picked by the jam community, – Take My Bones Away Baroness. From 75 people March to the Sea Baroness. From 54 people Eula Baroness. From 32 people A Horse Called Golgotha Baroness. From 26 people.
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    Aug 28,  · Red Album is the first LP released by the progressive metal band Baroness. Red Album was named Album of the Year by heavy metal magazine Revolver. The music video for "Wanderlust" debuted on December 8, on Headbangers Ball. It is their only album to 5/5(2).
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    Dec 18,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the kbps File release of Purple on Discogs. Label: Abraxan Hymns - none • Format: 10x, File MP3, Album kbps • Genre: Rock • Style: Stoner Rock, Progressive Metal, Heavy Metal.
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    New Music Friday: Our Top 8 Albums Out June June 14, • Our list of the week's best new albums includes Bruce Springsteen's wistful ode to orchestral pop, the rock artistry of Baroness.