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Studio Album, released in 2005

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Return to Whatever (6:40)
2. Saw n' Tology (8:40)
3. A Sour Junk Pony (3:33)
4. A Sneakerful of Sockets (3:09)
5. Let Us Go into Lloegyr (4:00)
6. Rat in Twilight (6:51)
7. Three Parts, Too Familiar (11:42)

Total Time 44:35

Line-up / Musicians

- Rick Potts / musical saw, electric guitar, Steiner-Parker synthesizer, sampler, effects, kalimba, nose flute
- Brian A. Rosser / Gibson BR-6 lap steel guitar, Mussehl Und Westphal Professional musical saw, Akai Headrush E1, Boss DD-5, Ernie Ball Volume Pedal, Roland RE-301
- Chris Guttmacher / drums & percussion
- Rick Frystak / electric bass, Virtual Mellotron

Releases information

In Tone Music - CD 9 (CD)

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