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Studio Album, released in 2005

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Lost (3:34)
2. Surrendered To The Decadence (6:34)
3. Eternal Beauty Of The Trees (6:01)
4. Sounds Of Pain... (19:28)
5. Niche (9:30)
6. Depresión (5:44)
7. La Vaga Esperanza De Ser (5:28)
8. Uaral (4:47)

Total playing time (1:01:06)

Line-up / Musicians

Aciago / all instruments
Caudal / vocals

Releases information

Released on Lost Horizon Records, 2005.

First pressing released as a digipack featuring an early demo version of "Surrendered to the Decadence" as bonus track. Limited to 500 copies.

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