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Studio Album, released in 2011

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Spider Bite (2:59)
2. The Speed of Dark (8:29)
3. The World's Watery Face Part 1 (2:31)
4. Effajeniah Penelope (4:58)
5. What an Awful Planetarium (6:14)
6. Half Passed (4:48)
7. In the Shade of the Biliary Tree (2:09)
8. This One Worm (1:00)
9. Der Doizisch Mann (11:32)
10. Snowday (3:21)
11. The World's Watery Face Part 2 (2:47)
12. Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun (6:44)

Total time 57:32

Line-up / Musicians

- Greg Mathieson / vocals, all instruments

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