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Studio Album, released in 1995

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. There Is No Peace
2. Minaret
3. What The Problem Is
4. There Is No Peace
5. Air Spirals
6. Waterfront II
7. Aerial View II

Line-up / Musicians

- Geoff Serle / drum machine, beats, keyboards, tapes, rap
- David Cross / electric violin, ZETA midi violin
- Tim Crowther / guitar
- Steve Topping / guitar
- Sheila Maloney / synthesizer, sampler
- Simon Murrell / bass guitar
- John McCullough / bass guitar
- Graham Timbrell / synthesizer, sampler
- Pete Nettleton / guitar, pedal steel guitar
- Maxine / voice

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CD Voiceprint - VP155CD (1995)

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