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Studio Album, released in 1989

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Sweet Tooth (2:33)
2. Sandman (5:46)
3. ADFA (4:36)
4. Major Minor Movement (4:49)
5. Body Talk (4:34)
6. Why Does It Happen? (Part 1) (2:58)
7. Why Does It Happen? (Part 2) (4:20)
8. Signs (3:05)
9. Berlin (2:43)
10. New York Fall (3:29)
11. Spinal (1:29)
12. TAP (3:02)

Total time: 43.39

Line-up / Musicians

- Jonas Hellborg / bass (on 4,5,7,8,9,11,12); fuzz bass (on 1,2,5); fretless bass (on 1,); midi bass (on 1,3,4,5,6,8,11,12); acoustic bass (on 2,4,6,10); keyboards (on 1,2,4,5,7,12); bass keyboards (on 3); drum programing (on 2,3,10)
- Ulf Wakenius / guitar (on 1-3)
- Robert Blennerhed / guitar (on 4,5,7,8)
- Jaime Salazar / drums (on 1-4)
- Trilok Gurtu / drums (on 5,7,8) tablas (on 6)
- Val Johnson / words (on 12)

Releases information

Catalogue No: DAY EIGHT MUSIC, DEM 020(CD)

All Titles by Jonas Hellborg on Day Eight Music

Produced by Jonas Hellborg
Production Assistance: Kenneth Rasmusson

Executive Producer: Bo Hellborg

Recorded and mixed 1989
at Day Eight Music Studios in Lund, Sweden

Cover by Mats Bredberg
Back cover photo by S.Coppens

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