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Studio Album, released in 2005

Songs / Tracks Listing

1) Quantic Macrorealms (8:09)
2) It's Always a Matter of Choice (1:30)
3) Mental Distortions (9:43)
4) Above Ourselves We Must Pass (5:19)
5) Temporary Out Of Order (1:15)
6) About Setting Illusions On Fire (3:55)
7) Humanized (6:04)
8) It Flows (8:25)
9) When It Looks Like An End... (6:45)
10) Inertia (5:52)

Total Time 60:51

Line-up / Musicians

- Francis Viens / Vocals, Bass
- Nicolas Tremblay / Drums
- Pierre Lauzier / Guitar
- KÚvin Isabelle / Vocals, Guitar, Keyboards

Releases information

Recorded from May 2005 to September 2005
Drums, Percussion and Vocals recorded by Nicolas Tremblay
Guitars and bass recorded by Kevin Isabelle
Mixing: Kevin Isabelle and Nicolas Tremblay
Mastered by Bernard Belley
Produced by Highest Place
Photography and cover: Dominic Bard of Lithium Marketing

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