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Newton's Cradle

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Studio Album, released in 2015

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Fear (7:09)
2. Astonishment (9:20)
3. Pain pt. 1 (5:31)
4. Loneliness (7:59)
5. Madness (6:07)

Total Time : 35:26

Line-up / Musicians

- Emanuele Battiato / Bass guitar;
- Nicholas Carpinato / Drums;
- Davide Di Mauro / Electric Guitar, Synth;
- Silvia Di Mauro / Lead and back vocals;
- Silvio Macri' / Guitars, flute;
- Enrico Puglisi / Keyboards;
Special guest:
- Andrea Filocamo / Lead and back vocals.

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Self-Released Digital

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