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Tracklist

1 Shadows 3:09
2 Rise 4:12
3 Switch 3:38
4 Breaking The Silence 5:09
5 Karma 4:56
6 Floods 5:51
7 Final Prayer 5:59
8 A Safe Place 3:49
9 Fly 5:09
10 Eyes That See 4:26
11 Know That You Know 4:00
12 The Hole 3:22

Credits

  • Artwork By [Concept] – Paula Quispe
  • Artwork By [Design, Direction] – Nils Leonard
  • Bass – Stuart Cavilla
  • Edited By, Mastered By – Dick Beetham
  • Engineer [Additional] – Tony Salter
  • Engineer, Mixed By, Producer – Paul Hoare
  • Guitar – Danny Felice
  • Percussion – Pete Chicone*
  • Technician [Assistant] – James Thurston
  • Vocals – Paul Isola
  • Written-By – Breed 77

Notes

Mastered & edited at 360 Mastering.
Originally a limited edition release of 1000 on Infernal Records in 2001, this album was re-released due to consumer demand. Also available in special fold-out crucifix shaped packaging.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
GB JAS UK 01 Breed 77 Breed 77 ‎(CD, Album) Infernal Records GB JAS UK 01 UK 2001
335842 Breed 77 Breed 77 ‎(CD, Album, Ltd) Albert Productions, Festival Mushroom Records 335842 Australia 2002
JASCDUK014 Breed 77 Breed 77 ‎(CD, Album) Infernal Records JASCDUK014 UK 2001

Breed 77 - Breed 77

Musician performer: Breed 77

Title: Breed 77

Date of release: 2005

Style: Hard Rock, Flamenco, Nu Metal, Heavy Metal

Genre: Rock / Latin

Size MP3: 1442 mb

Size FLAC: 1606 mb

Rating: 4.9 / 5

Votes: 161

Other Formats: VOC AAC VOX AUD WMA MP4 MP1


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