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Studio Album, released in 1991

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Entre Las Cinco y Las Seis
2. Los Llamados
3. Detrás de Un Cristal
4. Buscad Un Puerto
5. Un Tema Para Adán
6. Avalon
7. Crisis
8. Parábola
9. Un Hombre Avanza
10. Blues de Esteban
11. Visiones
12. Los Hijos
13. La Ley Inexorable
14. El Orfebre
15. Final

Line-up / Musicians

- Alejandro Schmidt / Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Bass, Percussion
- José Luis Fernández Ledesma / Keyboards, Voice, Percussion
- Sergio De Régules / Piano, Keyboards, Percussion
- Luis Miguel Lombana / Voice, Bass

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Cassette: Self-release 1991

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