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|Recorded||28 March 1992 in Zurich, Switzerland|
Consumed is a live album by GOD, released on 19 October 1993 through Sentrax.
All tracks are written by GOD.
|1.||"Head on Collision"||12:34|
|2.||"Suck on a Leech"||10:49|
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