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An Emerald City

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Studio Album, released in 2009

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Moon (5:25)
2. Mull Pasha (6:52)
3. The Distance (7:16)
4. Hamelin (4:08)
5. Reindeers Running (7:48)
6. Acid Eyes (5:28)
7. A Strange Sense Of Reality (6:12)
8. As The Storm Comes In (10:08)
9. Untitled [live]*

Total Time: 53:17

*2LP release only

Line-up / Musicians

- Reyahn Leng / drums, tabla, percussion
- Felix Lun / violin, percussion
- Sam Handley / organ, guitar, percussion
- Reuben Bonner / guitars, vocals, percussion
- Rob Croft / percussion, sitar, goblet drum, electronics
- Ede Giesen / lute, acoustic guitar, percussion, vocals

Releases information

2LP/CD Banished From The Universe Records AEC001 (2009 New Zealand)

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