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Limited edition fanbox includes bonus DVD! Our long and eventful development of 15 years of band history has produced nine studio albums and two live albums to date, which reflects our multifaceted versatility. With "Was kost die Welt", VERSENGOLD announce their tenth studio album, in order to prove their unconditional will to play and their unbroken optimism even after the pandemic. In true Versengold fashion, the band insists on making reference to one of the dominant themes of the present day right from the album title - the human way of dealing with the limited resources of this world.
Limited edition fanbox includes bonus DVD! Our long and eventful development of 15 years of band history has produced nine studio albums and two live albums to date, which reflects our multifaceted versatility. With "Was kost die Welt", VERSENGOLD announce their tenth studio album, in order to prove their unconditional will to play and their unbroken optimism even after the pandemic. In true Versengold fashion, the band insists on making reference to one of the dominant themes of the present day right from the album title - the human way of dealing with the limited resources of this world.
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Was Kost Die Welt (Bonus Dvd) (Box) [Limited Edition] (Ger)
Artist: Versengold
Format: CD
New: Not in stock
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DISC: 1

1. Was Kost Die Welt
2. Hier Kummp de Storm
3. Bella Schau (Mit Mir in Die Sterne)
4. Windsbraut
5. Hey Hanna
6. Die Wilde Jagd
7. Augen Auf Und Durch (Gib Nicht Auf)
8. Trink Aus! - Der Alte Rathenstein
9. Kobold Im Kopp
10. Sternensee
11. Eis Und Asche
12. Die Letzte Runde

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Limited edition fanbox includes bonus DVD! Our long and eventful development of 15 years of band history has produced nine studio albums and two live albums to date, which reflects our multifaceted versatility. With "Was kost die Welt", VERSENGOLD announce their tenth studio album, in order to prove their unconditional will to play and their unbroken optimism even after the pandemic. In true Versengold fashion, the band insists on making reference to one of the dominant themes of the present day right from the album title - the human way of dealing with the limited resources of this world.
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