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Live, released in 1989

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. The Mote In God's Eye (7:50)
2. Cathedral Of The Mary Ruin (8:00)
3. St. Vitus Dance (6:23)
4. Spin (5:40)
5. Foam Rubber Philosopher (7:55)
6. Forest Of Orelse (including Beyond The shadow Of Doubt) (7:55)

Total Time: 43:43

Recorded live at The Empty Keg in 1978


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Line-up / Musicians

- Rodney Best / drums, percussion
- J. David Boyko / acoustic & electric guitars
- G.W. Chambers / keyboards, backing vocals
- Doroccas / lead vocals, keyboards
- Rick Leonard / bass, backing vocals

Releases information

CD Syn-Phonic (1989)

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