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Singles/EPs/Fan Club/Promo, released in 1995

Songs / Tracks Listing

1 Kashmir 4:27
2 Goodness Gracious (Thud version) 3:59
3 Waiting (alternative version) 4:30
4 Joytown (live acoustic ) 4:26
5 Shadow Self (edit) 6:47

Total Time 23:29

Line-up / Musicians

Kevin Gilbert / vocals, guitar, bass, percussion
Corky James / guitar (1)
Russ Parish / guitar (3), bass (4)
David Kerzner / mellotron (3)
Satnam Ramgotra / drums (1)
Nick D'Virgilio / drums (3), percussion (4)

Releases information

CD EP P.R.A. Records DPRO-33304-2

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