Chicago Thrash Ensemble - Monsters of the Midwest album flac
Title: Monsters of the Midwest
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Album Name Chicago Thrash Ensemble. Type EP. Released date 2010. Labels Plastic Airlines. Music StyleThrash Metal. Members owning this album0. 1. I Thought you Was Layin'. 2. The Flood of Spite. 3. Mine to Win, Mine to Lose. 6. The Legend of Dennis Thorneater.
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Chicago (sometimes referred to as Chicago II) is the second studio album by Chicago-based American rock band Chicago. Like their debut album, Chicago Transit Authority, this was a double album. It was their first album under the name Chicago (the band's prior name, Chicago Transit Authority, was changed due to a threatened lawsuit from the Chicago Transit Authority) and the first to use the now ubiquitous cursive Chicago logo on the cover