Anciano ( Spanish for old man) for is an EP by the Japanese doom metal band Corrupted. Because the Spanish phrase "Horrible: El Tren Lo Partio En Dos!" ("Horrible: The Train Ripped Him In Two" in English) appears on the cover, that phrase is often mistaken to be the title of the EP. The album was pressed four times, the last two times of which included a different color setting for the album's cover. While the first and second pressing was black and white, the third pressing was blue and the fourth pressing was brown. All editions were released on 7-inch vinyl. "The Post War Dream" is a cover of the Pink Floyd song that opens their 1983 album The Final Cut.