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Studio Album, released in 1988

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Man Caged At The Zoo (3:18)
2. Wall (7:52)
3. Over The Trap (5:00)
4. Red People In Disorder (3:12)
5. Gazing At The Earth (6:29)
6. Taste Of Black (2:53)
7. Hatred (8:09)
8. In The Head (5:04)

Total Time : 41:17

Line-up / Musicians

- Kansuke Nakagawa / bass
- Masao Nojima / drums
- Shinji Kuroki / guitar
- Akiko Yokota / keyboards
- Kazuyoshi Kimoto / violin
- Seiichiroh Morikawa / vocals

Releases information

Released on vinyl by Transrecords and reissue on CD by SEE Communications in 1992.

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