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Boxset/Compilation, released in 2004

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Jazz (4:58)
2. Hitspacebar (3:03)
3. Crash/Ride (5:29)
4. Moodertronic (4:17)
5. Tel Aviv (3:04)
6. Nervous Breakthrough (4:17)
7. The Illusion Mysteries (4:41)
8. Cantilever (9:44)
9. Serpent Easy (14:47)

Total Time 54:15

Line-up / Musicians

- Steve Kilbey / bass, vocals
- Peter Koppes / guitars
- Tim Powles / drums
- Marty Willson-Piper / guitars

Releases information

Released on CD (Cooking Vinyl COOKCD329A) Oct. 4, 2004 in a limited edtion of only 500 copies in stores. Sold online an the The Church's official merchandise website, Cooking Vinyl's website and some other specialty sites.

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