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The Gathering

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The Gathering Rollercoaster album cover
4.00 | 4 ratings | 0 reviews | 25% 5 stars

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

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Rollercoaster (radio edit) 03:58
2. Theme from "The Cyclist" 03:20
3. Leaves (live w/ orchestra) 04:10
4. Liberty Bell (CD-ROM videoclip) 03:55

Total Time 15:23

Line-up / Musicians

Releases information

F. Boeijen - Keyboards, upright piano on Theme From ``The Cyclist``
H. Prinsen Geerlings - Bass on Theme From ``The Cyclist``
H. Rutten - Drums on Theme From ``The Cyclist``
J. ter Bals - Violin on Theme From ``The Cyclist``
M. Kalkhoven - Cello on Theme From ``The Cyclist``
B. v. Vegchel - French horn on Theme From ``The Cyclist``
A. Verspaandonk - Trombone on Theme From ``The Cyclist``

Produced by The Gathering
Song 1 & 2 co-produced by Zlaya Hadzich
Mixed & mastered on ProTools by Attie Bauw
``Rollercoaster`` edited by Attie Bauw
``Rollercoaster`` is taken from the album ``if_then_else``
``Leaves`` was recorded live at Paradiso Amsterdam, 1996

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