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Studio Album, released in 2005

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Dissonaut (5:52)
2. Quad (4:33)
3. Fuego (3:00)
4. Troppo Ampio (8:28)
5. Vibrating Digit (3:59)
6. Filler (4:29)
7. 31st (2:34)
8. Stodgy (Coke's Gone Flat) (2:53)
9. The Ritual Is An Art Form, Is It? Pt. 1 (4:17)
10. The Ritual Is An Art Form, Is It? Pt. 2 (9:08)

Total Time 49:13

Line-up / Musicians

- Simon Price / guitars, voices
- Hugo O. Morgan / bass
- Wayne Maskell / drums
- Paul Allen / keyboards, guitars, voices

Releases information

CD Sweet Nothing Records SNCD025 (2005)

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