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THE WEDDING

Oneida

Psychedelic/Space Rock


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3.75 | 4 ratings | 0 reviews | 25% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2005

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. The Eiger (2:33)
2. Lavender (3:58)
3. Spirits (4:19)
4. Run Through My Hair (3:01)
5. High Life (2:19)
6. Did I Die (3:31)
7. You're Drifting (3:25)
8. Charlemagne (2:27)
9. Know (1:45)
10. Heavenly Choir (4:17)
11. Leaves (2:56)
12. The Beginning Is Nigh (7:29)
13. August Morning Haze (3:25)

Total Time: 45:25

Line-up / Musicians

- Hanoi Jane / guitar, bass
- Kid Millions / drums, vocals
- Bobby Matador / organ, guitar, vocals

additional musicians:
- Adam Davison / guitar
- Philip Manley / guitar
- Barry London / sitar
- John Marcus / violin
- Cornelius Dufallo / violin
- Marla Hansen / viola
- Emily Manzo / piano
- Chris Turco / drums
- Nicolas Vernhes / percussion
- Leigh Stuart / cello
- Brian Coughlin / double bass
- Brad Truax / bass guitar

Releases information

LP/CD Jagjaguwar Records JAG 65 / 2005 US)
CD Rough Trade RTRADCD231 / 2005 US)

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3.75
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