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Studio Album, released in 2002

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Ambassador Of Cinema (6:04)
2. The Language (7:48)
3. Moving With Heavy Hearts (7:59)
4. Keep It Gold (2:53)
5. Being A President Is Like Riding A Tiger (7:57)
6. Cities (6:54)
7. A Common Interest In Silence (2:49)
8. There Will Always Be Someone Behind You (7:31)

Total time 49:55

Line-up / Musicians

- Coley Dennis / guitar
- Matt Cherry / guitar, Fender Rhodes
- Steve Scarborough / bass, shaker
- Phillip Horan / drums, cymbal

Releases information

Artwork: Matt Cherry and Phil Dwyer

CD Kindercore Records ‎- KC074 (2002, US)

2xLP Golden Antenna Records ‎- GOLDEN 004 (2008, US) Remastered by James Plotkin

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