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Live, released in 2006

Songs / Tracks Listing

1 Waking Up with the Worms (7:27)
2 A Tragic Tale (Mocha Mecha Mix) (7:07)
3 Rough Terrain Ahead (9:08)
4 Reinterpretation of Myth (6:46)
5 Wrong Tools for the Job (6:46)
6 Weather, Or Not (10:51)

Line-up / Musicians

Robert Burger / guitar, guitar-synth
Ken Palmer / synthesizers, lighting
Mike Hunter/ guitar, loop guitar, video
Jim Silvestri / bass
Glenn Robitaille / drums, percussion
George Mahlberg / Chapman Stick

Releases information

Recorded April 21, 2006 during a "Gate to Moonbase Alpha" music event
at The Rotunda in Philadelphia, PA

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