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Performer: A Challenge Of Honour
Genre: Electronic
Title: 1666 - The Great Fire Of London
Country: Austria
Released: 2009
Style: Modern Classical, Neofolk
Label: Steinklang Industries
Catalog Number: SK-lim. 01
MP3 version ZIP size: 1041 mb
FLAC version ZIP size: 2930 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 986


1Several Days Later
Music By – A Challenge Of Honour
2City In Ruins
Music By – A Challenge Of Honour
3London's Burning
Lyrics By, Vocals – Steven ArkwoodMusic By, Vocals – Peter Savelkoul
4The Thames Gives Shelter
Lyrics By – Steven ArkwoodMusic By – Johan KönigMusic By, Vocals – Peter Savelkoul
5No Way Left To Walk
Music By – A Challenge Of Honour
Music By – Saloth SarVocals – Peter Savelkoul


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SK-lim. 01A Challenge Of Honour 1666 - The Great Fire Of London ‎(6xFile, MP3, 320)Steinklang IndustriesSK-lim. 01Austria2009
SK-lim. 01A Challenge Of Honour 1666 - The Great Fire Of London ‎(2x10", S/Sided, Glu + Box, Ltd)Steinklang IndustriesSK-lim. 01Austria2009


This is a new series of ultra-limited and exclusive collectors' releases.
This ACOH 10" is 4mm thick and is "filled" with a heavy metal-plate including a large inlay.

The edition comes in 2 versions: the "regular" 10" lim 66 and a edition in a lasered metal-box lim.16 pieces,

This songs are about the Great fire of London in 1666.



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