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Live, released in 2011

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Snowblind (9:50)
2. Sitting on the Bank (5:29)
3. Zooecium (6:33)
4. Kolokol (1:47)
5. My Father He Is the Factory (5:21)
6. Dark Crossing (7:13)

Total Time 36:13

Bonus track:
7. TU interview with The Voice of Russia (23:02)
8. Bells (5:16) *
9. Fandango (5:42) *

* from the Third Eye Gathering, LA - August 28, 2004

Line-up / Musicians

- Trey Gunn / touch guitar
- Pat Mastelotto / drums, percussion, electronics

- Azam Ali / vocals (8,9)

Releases information

Recorded live across Russia, November 11-19, 2011

CD 7d Media - 7D 1111 (2011, US) Limited edition

Digital album (May 2, 2011)

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