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Studio Album, released in 1992

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Last train out of Tangier (7:44)
2. On arriving at the gates to the city (6:28)
3. Days of forever (3:19)
4. Gashead (5:40)
5. Ultramarine (9:27)
6. Sensitized/Desensitize (9:21)
7. Pagoda (Jay's tune) (3:57)
8. Sky drive (8:46)

Total Time: 54:42

Line-up / Musicians

- David Cross / electric violin, ZETA midi violin
- Geoff Serle / drum machine programming, precussion
- Sheila Malony / keyboards, sampler
- Simon Murrel / bass guitar
- Tim Crowther / guitar

Releases information

CD Ear-Rational - ECD 1036 (1992)

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