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June 9, 1992
℗ 1992 The All Blacks B.V.
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Legion is the second album by American death metal band Deicide. It was released by Roadrunner Records on June 9, 1992.
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Satan Spawn, the Caco Daemon
Dead but Dreaming
Repent to Die
Behead the Prophet (No Lord Shall Live)
In Hell I Burn
Revocate the Agitator
February 6, 2007
℗ 1992 The All Blacks B.V.
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