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UMBILICUS

Octillian

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Studio Album, released in 2009

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. The Golden Spine
2. Alberts Gone Fishing
3. Softly Sour In The Marble Forest
4. Gesture From A Jester
5. In Loving Memory Of An Absent Mind
6. Happiness
7. Part 3
8. Symphologue

Line-up / Musicians

- Bryan Buss / Guitars, vocals
- Giordano W. Bassi / Drums
- Tyler Edward Allard / Bass
- Greg Parsons / Vocals
- Patrick Lawtey / Guitars

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