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Boxset/Compilation, released in 2007

Songs / Tracks Listing

Where The Long Shadows Fall
1. Where The Long Shadows Fall (BeforeTheInmostLight) (19:08)

All The Pretty Little Horses
2. The Long Shadow Falls (2:15)
3. All The Pretty Little Horsies (2:35)
4. Calling For Vanished Faces I (1:50)
5. The Inmost Night (2:16)
6. This Carnival is Dead And Gone (3:11)
7. The Bloodbells Chime (2:58)
8. Calling For Vanished Faces II (4:10)
9. The Frolic (8:11)
10. The Inmost Light (1:46)
11. Twilight Twilight Nihil Nihil (For Thomas Ligotti who has seen the Bloodbells chime) (8:22)
12. The Inmost Light Itself (9:31)
13. All The Pretty Little Horses (2:31)
14. Patripassian (5:52)

The Starres Are Marching Home
15. The Stars Are Marching Sadly Home

Line-up / Musicians

- David Tibet
- Michael Cashmore
- Joolie Wood
- Steven Stapleton

Releases information

3xCD Durtro Jnana DURTRO JNANA 033 (2007) CA
2xLP Durtro Jnana DURTRO JNANA 033 (2007) CA

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