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The Showers - Charles Bernstein - Out Of The Ashes (CDr)

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  1. Charles Bernstein: Out Of The Ashes ‎ (CDr, Promo) Viacom Pictures Songs Inc. Various, Charles Bernstein, Marco Beltrami, Howard Shore, Michael Convertino, Jay Chattaway, Jerry Goldsmith, Robert Cobert, Richard Stone (2), Brad Fiedel - Little Box Of Horrors ‎ (12xCD.

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  8. Jul 19,  · “Into the Ashes” is not marginally different from the kind of violent revenge dramas that Charles Bronson used to crank out back in the day. Granted, most of those films were not very good either but at least benefitted from his considerable and often underrated screen presence.

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