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Studio Album, released in 2007

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Heads Gone (1:35)
2. My God, It's Full of Stars (5:01)
3. 46th Street (6:56)
4. Walk With Me (7:48)
5. You Will All Die, All Things Will (6:46)
6. Youth and Student Travel (1:30)
7. The Dark Star Deleters (4:44)
8. Secret Goddess (3:15)
9. Spark-lit Stairs (2:34)

Line-up / Musicians

- Joakim / bass, guitar, casio
- Victor / guitar, vocals)
- Sebastian / guitar, vocals, drums
- Markus / drums, guitar, juno

Releases information

Thomason Sounds - Japan
Nomethod Records - Sweden
Tangled Up! Recordings - United Kingdom

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