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The Sunpilots

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Studio Album, released in 2008

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Animals in My Mind (4:14)
2. You're Gonna Be a Star (3:21)
3. Spotlight in the Sun (3:54)
4. Faking This (3:26)
5. Helter Skelter Day (3:41)
6. Ne Risque Rien (Don't Risk Anything) (3:28)
7. Metric System (4:10)
8. Interlude in Darbari Kanada (0:49)
9. Medicated Shell (3:44)
10. Drones (3:51)
11. Shooting Star (3:47)
12. 2 Into 3 (5:17)

Total time 43:42

Line-up / Musicians

- Raj Siva-Rajah / vocals
- Bob Spencer / guitars
- Andy Nielsen / drums
- Justin Kool / bass

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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(0%)
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