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FALLING THROUGH A FIELD

Black Moth Super Rainbow

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Studio Album, released in 2003

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Vietcaterpillar (2:06)
2. I Think It Is Beautiful That You Are 256 Colors Too (2:22)
3. Season For Blooming (2:13)
4. Letter People Show (3:47)
5. Dandelion Graves (4:44)
6. Boxphones (2:43)
7. Smog In Cities (2:38)
8. Your Doppelganger (1:49)
9. Falling Through A Field (2:18)
10. Colorful Nickels (3:51)
11. One Flowery Sabbath (1:58)
12. Sun Organ (1:01)
13. Boatfriend (2:45)
14. The Magical Butterfly Net (2:35)
15. Last House In The Enchanted Forest (1:48)
16. Lake Feet (2:20)
17. Melody For Color Spectrum (8:02)

Total Time 49:00

Line-up / Musicians

- Tobacco / vocoder
- The Seven Fields of Aphelion / keyboards
- d.kyler / drums
- Father Hummingbird / keyboards, synths
- Power Pill Fist / bass

Thanks to windhawk for the addition
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