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Studio Album, released in 2004

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Daydream Part One (10:13)
2. Severed (7:24)
3. Not For You (6:33)
4. Subsistance (6:22)
5. Red Light (6:45)
6. Alright (7:19)
7. Daydream Part Two (10:13)
8. Severed (polish version) (6:23)
9. Twoja (piano version) (2:34)

Total Time 57:46

Line-up / Musicians

- Anna Panasz / vocal
- Adam Kaliszewski / guitar
- Mikolaj Szalkowski / guitar
- Adam Szewczyk / keyboard, programming
- Marcin Stasiak / bass
- Krzysztof Szalkowski / drums

Releases information

Full-length, Metal Mind Records, April 19th, 2004

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