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Studio Album, released in 2010

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Beat Oven (6:39)
2. Sugarglass (4:06)
3. Skinned (4:28)
4. Wiff (3:05)
5. Growsome (5:42)
6. Making Sound (5:22)
7. Tripout (5:05)
8. Black Waltz (3:27)
9. Fingered (6:23)
10. The Fergal (5:15)
11. Paradox & Time Knot (7:03)

Total time 56:35

Line-up / Musicians

- Gareth Lloyd / vocals
- Anthony Clark / guitars
- Rhys Bryant / bass
- Nick Harrison / drums

Releases information

Self-released in CD and digitally

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