Diäb Soulé

Album: Paegan Terrorism Tactics (1996)


  • Diäb Soulé means "Drunken Devil" in Cajun-French.
  • The lyrics were co-written by guitarist Sammy Pierre Duet. All the others songs on the album were written by lead singer Dax Riggs. >>
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    Danial - Sacramento, CA, for above 2

Comments: 2

  • Wes from NetherlandsThat's Jim Jones at the beginning
  • Justin from Anacortes, WaWho will fight? Who has compasses and dynamite and guns? Who is this speaking at the beginning of the song?
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