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Songs / Tracks Listing

01. Intro
02. Indigo
03. The Obssessive Devotion
04. Cry For The Moon
05. Interview
06. Beyond Belief
07. Blank Infinity
08. Never Enough
09. Interview
10. Consign To Oblivion
11. Outro

002 The Clips:

01. The Phantom Agony
02. Feint
03. Quictus (Silent Reverie)
04. The Haunting
05. Never Enough

Line-up / Musicians

- Mark Jansen / Guitars, grunts/screams
- Simone Simons / Mezzo-sophrano vocals
- Coen Janssen / Synthesizer and piano
- Ad Sluijter / Guitar
- Yves Huts / Bass
- AriŽn Van Weesenbeek / Drums

Releases information

Recorded live at Rockpalast, June 21 2007, Underground, Cologne, Germany

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