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Daughters Of Fission

Experimental/Post Metal

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Studio Album, released in 2005

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Yes We're Perplexed
2. Behind The Primates
3. Torso of ...
4. The Doctor That Delivered Me
5. Forgotten Country
6. Smellyourarmy
7. Afternoon Omission
8. Flowers In The Attic
9. All Purpose Meanies
10. Ape


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Line-up / Musicians

- Jason Prichard / drums, percussion, vocals
- John Banks Jr. / guitars, backing vocals
- Christopher Jason Coons / bass, screams
- Stephanie Dilk / piano, synthesizers

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Self Released

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