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Category: Prog Rock
Label: EMI Records
Catalog Number: 7243 493372 2
|2.||Cover My Eyes (Pain and Heaven)||3:54|
|4.||No One Can||4:41|
|5.||Holidays in Eden||5:38|
|7.||Waiting to Happen||5:01|
|9.||The Rakes Progress||1:54|
|Total Running Time:  ||48:20|
|12.||How Can It Hurt B-side from Cover My Eyes||4:11|
|14.||Cover My Eyes acoustic version B-side from No One Can||2:34|
|15.||Sympathy acoustic version B-side from No One Can||2:30|
|16.||I Will Walk on Water alternative mix||5:14|
|17.||Splintering Heart live at the Moles Club||6:42|
|18.||You Don't Need Anyone Moles Club demo||4:04|
|19.||No One Can Moles Club demo||4:51|
|20.||The Party Moles Club demo||5:45|
|21.||This Town Moles Club demo||4:16|
|22.||Waiting to Happen Moles Club demo||5:31|
|24.||The Epic (Fairground) Mushroom Farm demo||8:31|
|Total Running Time:||63:11|
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|From: Dusty||Date: December 13, 2013 at 18:10|
|The pop production is slightly annoying, but the quality songwriting is still there. Opener Splintering Heart is a great, brooding song. The three closing tracks form sort of a mini-epic and they're the highlight of the album. Live these's songs sound much better btw.|
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