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The Enid

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4.44 | 9 ratings | 0 reviews | 44% 5 stars

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Live, released in 2011

Songs / Tracks Listing

CD1 (55:15)

1. Terra Firma (7:29)
2. Terra Nova (5:30)
3. Space Surfing (4.45)
4. Malacandra (13:54)
5. Shiva (8:16)
6. Judgement (8:53)
7. In The Region of the Summer Stars (6:28)

CD2 (54:35)

1. Childe Roland (7:46)
2. Ondine (3:54)
3. The Lovers (5:13)
4. Fand (22:44)
5. Dark Hydraulic (15:12)

Total Time (109:50)

Line-up / Musicians

- Robert John Godfrey / Keyboards
- Jason Ducker / Guitars and bass
- Max Read / Keys, programming, guitars and vocals
- Dave Storey / Drums and percussion
- Nic Willes / Bass and percussion

Special Guests
- Francis Lickerish / Guitar and Lute
- Grant Jamieson / Guitar
- John Beedle /Guitar
- The Brass and Percussion sections of the Chandos Symphony Orchestra

Releases information

2CD: Operation Seraphim/Enidworks EWCD20

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