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Studio Album, released in 1997

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Enemy Insects (6:13)
2. The Fighting Kites (1:31)
3. Rock Post Rock (4:11)
4. The Golden Ladder (3:04)
5. Downtown Dedication (3:39)
6. Pulchritude (1:46)
7. Twenty White Tents (5:14)
8. Everything In Flames! (3:28)
9. D.D. (S.R.) (4:54)
10. El Rocio (12:41)
11. Lantern (3:21)

Total Time 50:02

Line-up / Musicians

- Steve Popson / bass
- Eddie Watkins / drums
- Ash Bowie / guitar, vocals, drums
- Dave Brylawski / guitar, vocals, piano

Releases information

Touch And Go TG179LP & CD

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