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3.90 | 10 ratings | 0 reviews | 30% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1999

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Regenesis
2. Live With Me
3. Soma
4. Daggma
5. Snuffbox Immanence
6. Obiit 1961
7. Tempera Tune
8. Fukeiga
9. Sad Shakers
10. Hanmiyau


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Line-up / Musicians

- Masaki Batoh / vocals, acoustic guitar
- Kazuo Ogino / piano, electronics
- Michio Kurihara / electric guitar
- Junzo Tateiwa / drums, percussion
- Takuyuki Moriya / bass
- Taishi Takizawa (also known as Giant) / Theremin, flute, saxophone

Releases information

Released March 29, DC148 1999 LP/CD

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