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Studio Album, released in 1998

Songs / Tracks Listing

1 Gone West 7:27
2 A Daze Wage 6:13
3 A Bigger Sky 3:19
4 The Ribbon Rails Of Promise 10:53
5 First Sunrise 4:27
6 Lost And Forgotten 10:24
7 Snake Eyes 5:35
8 Rain And Creosote 5:32
9 Ghost Train 7:29
total time 61:10

Line-up / Musicians

Steve Roach / Instruments [Electronic], Electronics [Processing], Ocarina,
Harmonica, Percussion [Beer Bottles], Percussion
Roger King / Guitar [Various Guitars], Bass, Washboard, Percussion

Releases information

Released 05 May 1998
Recorded, mixed and mastered at The Timeroom, Tucson, Arizona.
The soundtrack, to the lingering ghosts and the lost and not-so-forgotten dreams of the restless souls driven to "Go West by God!"

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