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Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Opium (radio edit) (2:48)
2. Raven Claws (3:14)
3. Ruin & Misery (3:47)
4. Opium (album version) (2:50)

Total Time 12:39

Line-up / Musicians

- Ares / bass
- Mike / drums
- Ricardo Amorim / guitars
- Pedro Paixao / synths & samplers
- Fernando Ribeiro / vocals

Releases information

Century Media, October 1, 1996

Recorded at Woodhouse Studios
March 25 - May 11
Produced & mixed by W. Sorychta
Engineered by Siggi Bemm

All music by Moonspell
All lyrics by Fernando Ribeiro

Limited to 5,000 copies.

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