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Studio Album, released in 2005

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. In Memory (4:29)
2. Fractured (2:43)
3. Train of Thought (3:29)
4. Motion and Presence (4:26)
5. Welcome Mat to an Abandoned Life (3:38)
6. Bottom Line (2:48)
7. Eyes Closed From Birth (3:56)
8. Shatter the Clock (4:46)
9. Phantoms (6:15)
10. Crashing Slow (3:35)

Total Time 40:05

Line-up / Musicians

- Phillip Cope / Guitar, Vocals
- Laura Pleasants / Guitar, Vocals
- Carl McGinley / Drums, Noises
- Eric Hernandez / Drums
- Corey Barhorst / Bass

Releases information

Format: CD and LP
Released: March 23, 2005
Label: Prosthetic Records
Artwork by Drew Speziale
Produced by Alex Newport

Vinyl pressing info:
first press of 3000: 2400 on black, 500 on clear yellow
deluxe vinyl version: 100 on clear with a silk screened glass cover
second press of 1000: 1000 on black
LP done by Havoc Recs (USA)

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