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The Legendary Pink Dots

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Live, released in 2000

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. A Crack In Melancholy Time (7:00)
2. On Another Shore (5:33)
3. Vigil-Anti (5:39)
4. Love In A Plain Brown Envelope (4:40)
5. 9 Shades To The Circle (16:34)
6. Demolition (11:09)
7. Bella D. (3:42)
8. Needles (8:02)
9. Space Captain (Extended) (10:29)

Line-up / Musicians

- The Silverman (Phil Knight) / keyboards
- Ryan Moore / bass, drums
- Martijn de Kleer / guitar, drums
- Edward Ka-Spel / voice, keyboards
- Neils van Hoornblower / horns
- Raymond Steeg / sound wizardry

Releases information

CD 2000 Cacciocavallo/Soleilmoon CAD 5 US

Notes: Recorded live at The Melkweg (Dutch for "The Milky Way") in Amsterdam for VPRO Radio in 1994. It was the LPDs last show at the club after playing there each year since 1984, hence the title.

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