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Studio Album, released in 1993

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Space Odyssey (14:40)
2. Freedom (8:50)
3. TV Gods (1:53)
4. Father Moon (4:14)
5. Fallen Angel (3:42)
6. Silent Memories (7:04)
7. Box Of Dreams (4:47)
8. Cheap Dreams (4:18)
9. Reprise (2:26)

Total Time: 51:54

Line-up / Musicians

- Gerald Krampl / keyboards, vocals, programming
- Robert Altmann / guitars

- Angela Strasser / choir voices
- Dieter Müller / wind synthesizers

Releases information

CD Indigo Music ICD 30.004, 1993

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