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Roman Entertainment - Triumvirat - Spartacus (CD, Album)

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  1. Spartacus Triumvirat. - 9 songs. 1. The Capital of Power. 0 0. 2. The Capitol of Power. 1 0. 3. The School of Instant Pain: Proclamation / The Gladiator’s Song / Roman Entertainment / The Battle. 4. The School of Instant Pain. 1 0. 5. The Walls of Doom. 0 0. 6. The Deadly Dream of Freedom. 1 1. 7. More albums from Triumvirat.
  2. Triumvirat - Spartacus ()(Deluxe Edit Remaster ) Spartacus may not be as progressively strong as 's Illusions on a Double Dimple album, but it still stands as this German outfit's second best release. Based on the famous Roman gladiator who led the rebellion against his homeland, the music supports the album's concept quite solidly.
  3. Originally released in The album is based on the story of Spartacus, a Roman gladiator, who was the leader of a rebellion against Rome around 73 BC. This Deluxe Edition Includes 5 Bonus Tracks Barcode and Other Identifiers/5(4).
  4. Spartacus (Triumvirat album) Spartacus is the third album by the German group Triumvirat. It is a concept album based on Spartacus, the Thracian gladiator who led the 3rd slave uprising in 73–71 BC. The lyrics were written by Hans Bathelt, with contributions by Jürgen Fritz.
  5. Spartacus may not be as progressively strong as 's Illusions on a Double Dimple album, but it still stands as this German outfit's second best release. Based on the famous Roman gladiator who led the rebellion against his homeland, the music supports the album's concept quite solidly, with the better tracks coming in the form of the sporadic "School of Instant Pain" and the nine- minute Price: $
  6. Spartacus (Triumvirat album). 93 likes. Spartacus is the third album by the German group Triumvirat. It is a concept album based on Spartacus, the.
  7. Spartacus is the third album by the German group Triumvirat. It is a concept album based on Spartacus, the Thracian gladiator who led the 3rd slave uprising in 73–71 BC. The lyrics were written by Hans Bathelt, with contributions by Jürgen Fritz. It was originally released in on the EMI label.

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