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Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Transmission A (1:59)
2. Friends of Thunder (5:00)
3. The Gathering of Fools (6:12)
4. The Country Way (3:31)
5. Postcards from the Apocalypse (4:10)
6. Transmission B (3:40)
7. Summer's End (3:40)
8. Homemade Rocketship (3:15)
9. Journey to the Gates of Atlantis I: Sirens (3:56)
10. Journey to the Gates of Atlantis II: The Descent (4:10)
11. Journey to the Gates of Atlantis III: Seagazor, City of the Abyss (3:02)
12. Journey to the Gates of Atlantis IV: The Light is What You Make It (8:37)

Total Time 51:12

Line-up / Musicians

- Jesse Munson / vocals, guitars, piano, ukulele, synths, saw
- Dennis Ming Nichols / vocals, bass, trombone, synths, piano, banjo
- Mike Corayer / trumpet, organ, synths
- Mike Ford / drums, percussion
- Vince / harp (1)
- Todd / cello (3)
- George / harmonica (4)

Releases information

November 19, 2012

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