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Studio Album, released in 2006

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Elephants (& Sycophants) (10:56)
2. Cecropia Song (For Janna) (3:33)
3. Salt (8:35)
4. Metaphilia (8:45)
5. "Today the Americans" (8:09)
6. Earthlings (5:23)
7. Trees on Top of Buildings (7:17)

Line-up / Musicians

Carl Maguire Synthesizer, Piano (Electric), Sound Effects, Fender Rhodes, Electronic Effects,

Damion Reid Drums,

Brett Sroka Trombone, Computers, Mixing,

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CD: Actuator 01

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