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Litany (album)

Litany
Vader
Released May 9, 2000[1]
Recorded Red Studio, Gdynia, November, 1999
Genre Death metal
Length 30:48
Producer Piotr Wiwczarek
Adam Toczko
Vader chronology

Black to the Blind
(1997)
Litany
(2000)
Revelations
(2002)

Litany is the fourth album by the Polish death metal band Vader.

Track listing

All music composed by Piotr Wiwczarek.
No. TitleLyrics Length
1. "Wings"  Paweł Frelik 3:10
2. "The One Made of Dreams"  Paweł Frelik 1:49
3. "Xeper"  Paweł Frelik 4:00
4. "Litany"  Paweł Frelik 3:01
5. "Cold Demons"  Piotr Wiwczarek 3:12
6. "The Calling"  Paweł Frelik 3:10
7. "North"  Paweł Frelik 1:36
8. "Forwards to Die!!!"  Piotr Wiwczarek 1:38
9. "A World of Hurt"  Paweł Frelik 1:51
10. "Red Dunes" (Bonus track, Instrumental)  1:12
11. "Lord of Desert" (Bonus track)Paweł Frelik 1:59
12. "The World Made Flesh"  Paweł Frelik 2:48
13. "The Final Massacre" (Rerecorded from The Ultimate Incantation)Paweł Wasilewski 4:31
Total length:
30:48

Credits

  • Piotr "Peter" Wiwczarekguitars, bass,[2] vocals
  • Maurycy "Mauser" Stefanowicz – guitar
  • Leszek "Shambo" Rakowski – bass (credited, did not perform)[2]
  • Krzysztof "Doc" Raczkowski – drums
  • Adam Toczko – production, sound engineering (Red Studio, Gdynia, 1999)
  • Tomasz Bonarowski – mastering (Red Studio, Gdynia, November 1999)
  • Bartłomiej Kuźniak – second mastering (Studio 333, Częstochowa, December 1999)
  • Jacek Wiśniewski – cover art, layout

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