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Studio Album, released in 1993

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Indian Prayer (3:00)
2. When a Child (2:32)
3. Wing and a Prayer (2:45)
4. They're Tearing Down the Buildings (5:30)
5. Backstage (2:28)
6. One More Frost (4:29)
7. Reminding me of You (3:21)
8. The Fighting Temeraire (5:25)
9. St Xavier (2:45)
10. Elgar Lived Again (4:54)
11. Clockwork Nightingale (5:24)
12. So Low (3:48)

Total time: 46:21

Line-up / Musicians

- Dave Eaves / vocals, guitar
- Pete Hodge / vocals, guitar
- Jem North / vocals, bass, percussion

Releases information

CD President PCOM 1129 (UK) 1993
CD (Hol) 1997
CD President 876619 (UK) 2004

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