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Studio Album, released in 1992

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Intro (2:35)
2. Death, Life, and the New Birth (3:41)
3. Rejoice (4:16)
4. A Sign in the Sand (3:58)
5. We Are Calling You (5:50)
6. Cassilda's Song (5:13)
7. When the Myths Are Falling Down (5:10)
8. Save It for You (4:42)
9. Lake of Dreams (4:10)
10. Ailooh (5:00)

Total Time 44:35

Line-up / Musicians

- David Petrosino / vocals, piano, Mellotron, Minimoog, VCS III, Vox organ, doff
- Stefano "The Hook" Barelli / electric & acoustic guitars
- Alphonso Nini / bass
- Stefano Tony / drums & percussion

Releases information

CD/MC/LP Tide Records/Flying Records (1992)

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