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PALE SKETCHES

Jesu

Experimental/Post Metal


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Boxset/Compilation, released in 2007

Songs / Tracks Listing


1. Don't Dream It (5:30)
2. Can I Go Now (5:49)
3. Wash It All Away (5:22)
4. The Playgrounds Are Empty (5:37)
5. Dummy (6:46)
6. Supple Hope (6:30)
7. Tiny Universes (4:59)
8. Plans That Fade (5:44)

Total Time 46:26

Line-up / Musicians


- Justin Broadrick / guitars, vocals, bass, programming
- Ted Parsons / drums, percussion
- Diarmuid Dalton / bass

Releases information

Avalanche

Limited to 2000 copies CD, 1000 copies LP

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