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Exhumed of the Earth
June 1, 1993
℗ 1993 Veridon Music
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Exhumed of the Earth is the debut album by Paramaecium. It was released in 1993. Exhumed of the Earth is considered to be one of the landmarks of both doom metal and Christian metal movements.
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June 1, 1993
℗ 1993 Veridon Music
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