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The Window Of Life
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Category: Prog Rock
Label: Toff Records
Catalog Number: PEND 6 CD
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Nick Barrett Vocals, Guitars|
Peter Gee Bass
Clive Nolan Keyboards
Fudge Smith Drums
2006 Re-issue inluding the 'Fallen Dreams And Angels' EP. as bonus tracks
|1. ||The Walls of Babylon ||10:44|
|2. ||Ghosts ||7:58|
|3. ||Breaking the Spell ||9:12|
|4. ||The Last Man On Earth ||14:40|
|5. ||Nostradamus (Stargazing) ||6:19|
|6. ||Am I Really Losing You? ||4:47|
|7. || The Third World in the UK bonus track ||7:15|
|8. ||Dune bonus track ||4:42|
|9. ||Sister Bluebird bonus track ||7:48|
|10. ||Fallen Dreams and Angels bonus track ||5:24|
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|Total Running Time:|| 78:49|
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|Heavy Harmonies Volunteer|
||Date: July 28, 2010 at 21:13|
|4th album proper and one of their best for sure. 'The Walls Of Babylon', 'The Last Man On Earth', 'Breaking The Spell' and 'Am I Really Losing You' are 3 of the best tracks the band have written to this day and the other 3 are no slouches either. If I was going to recommend a Pendragon album to any person, this would definitely be one of them, along with 'The Masquerade Overture' and 'Pure'. Classic Neo prog at it's best.
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