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Studio Album, released in 1999

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. The Therapy, Part 1 (0:53)
2. Beauty Teen (5:29)
3. No Hero (4:20)
4. The Journey (4:06)
- In the Kingdom of Madness (22:39) :
5. Dripping Cloud (3:07)
6. No Sun Can Shine (5:50)
7. Darkness (4:07)
8. Delirium (1:53)
9. Open Letter to My Friends (4:37)
10. Farewell from the Lone Poet (3:05)
11. Whispers (The Theme, Part 4) (2:26)
12. Business as Usual (5:10)
13. Flowers Won't Do? (5:23) *
14. Another Fine Day of... (7:29) *
15. Overtime (4:49) *
16. The Therapy, Part 2 (0:06)

Total Time 62:50

* Remastered versions from "Another Fine Day of..." EP

Line-up / Musicians

- Gérard Lévèque / drums
- Gaston Gagnon / lead electric guitar
- François Beaugard / violin
- Alan Charles / piano, electric guitar, voice
- Richard Lanthier / bass, Moog Taurus
- Éric Pilon / lead electric guitar

Releases information

Label: Blackpearl
Format: CD

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