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Studio Album, released in 2005

Songs / Tracks Listing

CD 1:

1. Tell a Vision 19:58
2. The Cell 6:52
3. Art of Bells 0:52
4. Begins-Before-Becomes 5:21
5. Ballad of Joan Allen 6:29

Total Time (CD 1) 39:32

CD 2:

1. Oregon Trail Song 2:44
2. Cult on Hammer Hill 5:13
3. Poet from the Sea 3:35
4. String Theory 1:35
5. Rainbow Sun 7:42
6. Desert Song 4:59
7. Song for a 5th Season 2:25
8. The Ripper 6:40
9. Synopsis in A Minor 9:15

Total Time (CD 2) 43:33

Total Time 1:23:05

Line-up / Musicians

- John Miner - guitars, vocals
- Nolan Stolz - drums, keyboards
- Kelton Manning - basses
- David Hornbeck - vocals
- Milo - keyboards, electric sitar
- Erika Syrlord - violin
- Tony Branco - keyboards
- Jim Martino - bass
- Miche' - vocals
- Karen Wallo - vocals
- Timothy Burris - narration

Releases information

2CD Tributary Records (USA, 2005)

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