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1960's-style Heavy Metal and Hard Rock:
Horror film needs music
Posted April 9, 2009
1960's-style Heavy Metal and Hard Rock songs
Explicit Lyrics Accepted:
A popular urban legend is brought to life in this gritty horror film.
Jun 8, 2009
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