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Studio Album, released in 2007

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Theme From Spare Head (4:23)
2. Metal Clouds (5:37)
3. Adults (5:22)
4. Spontaneous Combustion (0:39)
5. Hey Hotdogs! (2:57)
6. Brontide (7:00)
7. Spare Head: L. Skell Mix (7:02)

Total Time: 33:00

Line-up / Musicians

- Mohadev / guitar
- Frederic Malter / drums & percussion
- Guillem Sarlé / Tenor saxophone
- Dave LeGendre / tuba
- Chris Halvorsen / marimba
- Camille Jentgen / keyboards (2)
- Jose Durazo / trumpet and saxophone (3 & 5)
- Bob "Swami" Peizer / percussion (5)
- L. Skell / remix (1)

Releases information

Independent label

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CALLE DEBAUCHE Potemkin Carnival ratings distribution

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