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  1. The Scarifyers: The Gnomes of Death
    by Bafflegab Productions
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    The mortuary The mortuary
  2. Sabbat
    by Damh the Bard
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    Sabbat Sabbat
  3. Live In Calstock
    by Phillip Henry and Hannah Martin
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    Silbury Hill Silbury Hill
    This is a very good live cd. Infact all tracks are great. The mood of the concert is very relaxed.
  4. The Scarifyers: The King of Winter
    by Bafflegab Productions
  5. Mynd
    by Phillip Henry and Hannah Martin
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    Silbury Hill Silbury Hill
    It's very good cd, of course. What set it apart from other folk albums is the the blend of different styles that make it one of a kind.
  6. Singing The Bones
    by Phillip Henry and Hannah Martin
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    Three Witches Three Witches
    A collection of very good songs and a great performance.
  7. Hammer Chillers Digipack
    by Hammer Audio
    If you don't care about blood and gore horror this set a stories is a treat.
  8. Antlered Crown and Standing Stone
    by Damh the Bard
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    Antlered Crown and Standing Stone Antlered Crown and Standing Stone
    This is one of the best albums of Damh the Bard.
  9. The Scarifyers: The Thirteen Hallows
    by Bafflegab Productions
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    Our chess set is haunted Our chess set is haunted
  10. The Scarifyers: The Horror of Loch Ness
    by Bafflegab Productions
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    Where's he gone? Where's he gone?

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