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Studio Album, released in 1990

Songs / Tracks Listing

1 Fearless 4:32
2 Mica 5:00
3 Forever 4:50
4 The Grotto Of Time Lost 9:03
5 Iguana 7:23
6 Magma 3:37
7 Persistence Of Memory (For Dali) 5:09
8 Remembrance 2:22
9 Ceremony Of Shadows 6:12
10 La Luna 10:39
total time 59:01

Line-up / Musicians

Steve Roach / Synthesizer [Analog And Digital], Sequenced By, Sampler
Robert Rich / Synthesizer, Sampler, Percussion, Steel Guitar, Flute [Bamboo], Tape [Hiss]

Releases information

Recorded 1989-90 at The Timeroom, Tucson, Arizona, and Soundscape Studios, Mountain View, California.

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