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THE ORSON FADER

Paik

Post Rock/Math rock


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Studio Album, released in 2003

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Detroit (3:04)
2. Tall Winds (7:59)
3. Purple (5:16)
4. Black Car (7:22)
5. Low Battery Transmission (2:19)
6. Ghost Ship (8:09)
7. Star 80 (6:10)
8. Loops for Chrome (1:22)
9. Orson Fader (8:38)
10. Twilight Storms (1:24)
11. Killing Windmills (8:35)
12. Red Current (2:20)

Total time 62:38

Line-up / Musicians

- Rob Smith / guitar
- Ali Clegg / bass
- Ryan Pritts / drums

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