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Studio Album, released in 2012

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. A Break In Continuity (3:20)
2. I Can Be Your Metronome (2:34)
3. Relapse (0:12)
4. Psychedelic Love Handles (4:23)
5. It's Everywhere (1:01)
6. F.O.A. (5:45)
7. Shapeless (7:20)

Total Time 24:35

Line-up / Musicians

Guitars - Wes Thrailkill
Drums - Ryan Takemura
Bass - Danny Choi

Tracked and Mixed by Sebastian Rizo

Piano on "It's Everywhere" - Arya Bandari

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Streaming + Download
Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album

released January 20, 2012

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