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Cary Grace

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Studio Album, released in 2008

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Kaleidoscope (6:42)
2. Undertow (4:29)
3. Eternal Question (4:12)
4. Prometheus (10:57)
5. Hard Weather (4:59)
6. Eye (18:20)

Total Time 49:45

Line-up / Musicians

- Cary Grace / vocals, rhythm & slide guitars (1,4,6), synth (1,2,4-6), percussion (2,6), chimes (3), singing bowls (6), tape & Fx (2,4,6), production & mixing

- Simon Drew / guitar
- David Kelly / keyboards
- Andy Budge / bass
- Mark Griffin / drums
- Graham Hinton / Fx (2,4,6)

Releases information

Digital album (2008)
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