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3.96 | 24 ratings | 0 reviews | 38% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2005

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Mirage (1:45)
2. Land Of Some Other Order (7:18)
3. The Dire And Ever Circling Wolves (7:34)
4. Left In The Desert (1:13)
5. Lens Of Unrectified Night (7:56)
6. An Inquest Concerning Teeth (5:16)
7. Raiford (The Felon Wind) (7:21)
8. The Dry Lake (3:21)
9. Tethered To The Polestar (4:42)

Total Time 54:47

Bonus track on 2005 double-LP release:
10. untitled

Line-up / Musicians

- Dylan Carlson / guitar, baritone guitar, banjo
- Adrienne Davies / drums, percussion, wind chimes

- Dan Tyack / lap & pedal steel guitars
- Steve Moore / trombone, tubular bells, organ
- John Schuller / bass, percussion (10)
- Brad Mowen / percussion (10)

Releases information

Artwork: Stephen O'Malley

CD Southern Lord ‎- SUNN48 (2005, US)

2xLP Southern Lord ‎- SUNN48 (2005, US) With a bonus track

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