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  • Mental Vortex is the fourth album of the Swiss thrash metal trio Coroner. It is probably their most progressive and mature achievement and marks an improvement in the production compared to their first three albums. It features a cover of the song "I Want You (She's So Heavy)" (originally by The Beatles). This album is considered as one of the most technical and proficient albums of thrash metal. (en)
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  • Mental Vortex is the fourth album of the Swiss thrash metal trio Coroner. It is probably their most progressive and mature achievement and marks an improvement in the production compared to their first three albums. It features a cover of the song "I Want You (She's So Heavy)" (originally by The Beatles). This album is considered as one of the most technical and proficient albums of thrash metal. (en)
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