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Studio Album, released in 2008

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Secrets About September (8:30)
2. Kelso (10:46)
3. The Colour Of Eternity (5:46)
4. Who Has Got The Last Laugh Now? (11:11)
5. Heppet Et Noru Dest (2:07)
6. Who Painted The Sky? (8:55)
7. Postman (5:27)
8. Who Painted The Sky? (Reprise) (4:39)

Total Time 57:21

Line-up / Musicians

- Fulz Schwarz / guitar, voices
- Tom Troggler / bass, programming
- Jürgen Ebenkofler / drums, spiritual leadership
- Simon Gamper / keyboards, voices

Releases information

Freely downloadable MP3 Vortleiser Wold Records (2008)

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4 stars This album certainly has its share of Pink Floyd influences and references. The vocals are reminiscent of early, psychedelic-era Floyd as in, for example, "See Emily Play". At other times however, the vocals remind me of the half-sung, half-spoken style of Deluge Grander on their "August in the ... (read more)

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