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Studio Album, released in 1998

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. The Liars And Those Who Would See Their Blood
2. End
3. The Psychology Of Demons And The Bitterness Of Winter
4. Toy: A Primrose Path To The Second Circle
5. Snowfall: A Serenade For Aurora The Unearthly Angel Of Dawn
6. I Am That Which Is
7. What Was Truth
8. A Pride Of The Serpent Winds
9. Exotica Sequence

Line-up / Musicians

- Scott Crinklaw / guitars, keyboards, percussion
- Jimmy Pitts / vocals, keyboards
- Jerry Twyford / bass

Releases information

The End Records, TE 007

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