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Singles/EPs/Fan Club/Promo, released in 2000

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Amity (Radio mix) 04:01
2. Life's What You Make It (Talk Talk cover) 04:52
3. Amity (Trip Pop Radio remix) 03:54
4. Amity (Timecode Audio remix) 07:40
5. Amity (Extended Trip remix) 06:28
6. Amity (Three People remix) 04:33
7. Amity (Live) 06:12

Total Time 37:40

Line-up / Musicians

- Anneke Van Giersbergen / Vocals
- René Rutten / Guitars
- Hugo Prinsen Geerligs / Bass
- Hans Rutten / Drums
- Frank Boeijen / Keyboards

Releases information

All tracks produced by the Gathering and Zlaya Hadzich, Mastered by Zlaya at Loud - Amsterdam.
Amity recorded at Koeienverhuurbedrijf and S & K studios, during spring 2000 by Zlaya Hadzich and Dick Kemper.

Mastered at Loud, Amsterdam.
"Amity" was recorded at Koeienverhuurbedrijf Studio and S & K Studio, Spring 2000.
1 was remixed at Loud Kitchen, Amsterdam.
3 & 5 was remixed at, Amsterdam.
4 was remixed at Black Hand Studio, Nijmegen.
6 was remixed at Rene's home, overdubs at LoudKitchen and Noizlabs, Amsterdam.
7 recorded live at "Isabelle" radio program.
"Life's What You Make It" was recorded at E-Sound Studio, Weesp, September 2000.

"Life's What You Make It" originally performed by Talk Talk.

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