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Songs / Tracks Listing

1 - Nuvole di Polvere (8:53)
2 - Mia Signora di Luce (7:03)
3 - Onda d'urto (4:37)
4 - Due Mondi (3:53)

Total time: 24:26

Line-up / Musicians

- Gabriele Ramilli / vocals, keyboards
- Andrea Canonico / keyboards, backing vocals
- Walter Marocchi / electric and acoustic guitars, mandolin, percussion, backing vocals
- Vincenzo Valerio / electric and acoustic bass, fretless bass
- Antonio Emanuele Sergi / drums, percussion

Releases information

Self-produced demo

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