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Studio Album, released in 2001

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Vessel (On) (1:39)
2. Sweetest Day (2:35)
3. Copremisis (3:07)
4. Turkish Goggles (6:02)
5. Signal (2:13)
6. Ender (5:23)
7. The Stranger (3:14)
8. Angry Dragon (3:07)
9. Vessel (Off) (7:06)
10. [Hidden Track 10] (1:00)
11. [Hidden Track 11] (1:00)
12. [Hidden Track 12] (1:00)
13. [Hidden Track 13] (0:41)

Total Time 38:07

Line-up / Musicians

- Eric Plonka / guitar, vocals
- James Staffel / drums, percussion and keyboard
- Eric Clark / bass guitar, vocals
- Bruce Lamont / saxophone and clarinet, vocals

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Released independently

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YAKUZA Amount to Nothing ratings distribution

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