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Studio Album, released in 2012

Songs / Tracks Listing

CD 1
1. Where Rasa Lives (14:54)
2. Cloud Cover (9:58)
3. Tranquility Base (16:41)
4. The Wonder Of It All (6:59)
5. Touchstones (4:07)
6. Everything Inside (9:39)
7. Back To Life (11:17)

CD 2
1. Mist Of Perception (69:59)

Total time 143:34

Line-up / Musicians

- Steve ROACH / synthesizers (analog and digital hardware synthesizers, Eurorack Analog Modular System), electronics (processors)

Releases information

2CD Projekt PROJEKT267 (3 Jan 2012, US)

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