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Category: Melodic Hard Rock
Label: Spaced Out Monkey
Catalog Number: SPMCD005
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Dave Hill Vocals, Various Effects, Emulator|
Mal Spooner Guitars, Vocals
John Wright Drums, Percussion, Acoustic Guitars
Steven Watts Keyboards, Synths
Andy Dale Bass (Live Bonus Tracks)
John Waterhouse Guitars (Live Bonus Tracks)
|1. ||First Class ||4:51|
|2. ||Cold In The Air ||2:58|
|3. ||Touching The Ice ||4:50|
|4. ||Second Stage ||3:21|
|5. ||Proxima ||2:51|
|6. ||The Link (Part 1 & 2) ||6:54|
|7. ||New Ground ||6:26|
|8. ||From The Outside ||5:36|
|9. ||Wonderland ||4:46|
|10. ||Hemipheres (British Standard Approved) ||7:02|
|11. ||New Ground live bonus track ||6:11|
|12. ||Only Sane Man live bonus track ||5:42|
|13. ||Wonderland acoustic bonus track ||4:05|
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|Total Running Time:|| 65:33|
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Existing comments about this CD
|Heavy Harmonies Volunteer|
||Date: February 2, 2006 at 5:57|
|Probably a natural progression from it's predecessor 'The Plague, although this verges more on the progressive side of the band, with more of a hint of Pink Floyd in places. Very atmospheric and intense, this is a mostly keyboard orientated album that is a very rewarding whilst being quite a challenging listen at times. Definately not the bands most immediate album, but one that rewards big time for the effort put into listening.
||Date: March 29, 2011 at 21:55|
|From this one everything goes completely Pink Floyd for a while ...
||Date: March 29, 2011 at 22:05|
|My bad. Wanted to do the above post in "The Plague"
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