To Those Who Walk Behind Us

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To Those Who Walk Behind Us
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Studio album by
Released14 September 2009
RecordedApril–May 2009
StudioJakob Batten's own recording studio, Denmark
Genre Death metal
Length51:46 (incl. bonus tracks)
Label Massacre Records
Producer Jakob "Batten" Hansen
Illdisposed chronology
The Prestige
(2008)
To Those Who Walk Behind Us
(2009)

To Those Who Walk Behind Us is the eighth album by Danish death metal band Illdisposed.

Contents

Track listing

  1. "Blood on Your Parade" - 4:18
  2. "For the Record" - 3:14
  3. "Come and Get Me" - 4:10
  4. "Seeking Truth - Telling Lies" - 3:44
  5. "Sale at the Misery Factory" - 4:31
  6. "To Those Who Walk Behind Me" - 4:05
  7. "If All the World" - 4:22
  8. "My Number Is Expired" - 3:45
  9. "Johnny" - 4:15
  10. "This Unscheduled Moment" - 3:43
  11. "Nu Gik Det Lige Sa Godt" - 3:58
  12. "When You Scream" (remix, limited edition bonus)
  13. "Throw Your Bolts" (live, limited edition bonus)

All lyrics written by Bo Summer, all music written by Jakob "Batten" Hansen.

Personnel

Bass on this record was recorded by Jakob Batten; Franz Gottschalk did not record any guitars on the record, but Batten did.

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