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Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Satya (5:24)
2. Frames (5:05)
3. Kali Yuga (5:45)
4. Existence (3:45)
5. Transfiguration (4:17)
6. Mind's Reality (4:54)
7. Immortal Bliss (4:14)

Total Time 33:24

Line-up / Musicians

- Andy Deluca / bass, Chapman Stick
- Santiago Dobles / guitar, backing vocals
- Charlie Ekendahl / guitar
- Sean Reinert / drums, keyboard
- Danishta Rivero / vocals

Releases information

These demos where the start of aghora and the creativity that ended up being polished and rerecorded for a full lenth in 2000.

recorded 1998-1999
Satya (Santiago, Sean, Danishta, Charlie)
Existence (Instrumental: Sean & Santiago)
Kali Yuga (Instrumental: Sean & Santiago)
Frames (Instrumental: Sean, Andy, Santiago)

recorded 1996-1997
Mind's Reality (Sean, Danishta, Andy, Charlie, Santiago)
Immortal Bliss (Sean, Danishta, Andy, Charlie, Santiago)
Transfiguration (Sean, Danishta, Andy, Charlie, Santiago)

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