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Studio Album, released in 2000

Songs / Tracks Listing

CD1 The Serpent's Lair
1-1 The Lair 12:14
1-2 Rite Of Passage 14:09
1-3 Shedding The Skin 5:39
1-4 Big Medicine 12:53
1-5 Future Tribe 8:30
1-6 Birthright 5:59
1-7 Osmosis 4:04
1-8 Egg Chamber Dreaming 8:36

CD2 Offerings From The Underworld
2-1 Offering In Waves 10:55
2-2 Impending Sense Of Calm 9:03
2-3 Cave Dwellers 23:08
2-4 Primal Passage 4:47
2-5 Serpent Clan 5:02
2-6 Beating Heart Of The Dragon Mother 6:50
2-7 Ochua 9:26
total time CD1 72:00
CD2 69:10

Line-up / Musicians

Steve Roach / Didgeridoo, Effects [Groove Alchemy, Soundworlds], Piano,
Byron Metcalf / Djembe, Drums [Ashiko, Frame], Effects [Groove Alchemy],
Percussion [Clay Pot], Shaker [Rainstick, Rattles]

Releases information

Released 07 Nov 2000
2-CD set in a cardboard slipcase.
Disc Two is built around musical elements from disc one.

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