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Leaving Your Body Map

Maudlin of the Well

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
August 7th, 2001
Catalog ID:
dark 13
Label:
Dark Symphonies
Format:
CD
Reviews:
1 review (avg. 98%)
1. Stones of October's Sobbing 07:25   Show lyrics
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2. Gleam in Ranks 04:16   Show lyrics
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3. Bizarre Flowers/A Violent Mist 09:35   Show lyrics
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4. (Interlude 3) 04:18  
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5. The Curve That to an Angle Turn'd 08:22   Show lyrics
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6. Sleep Is a Curse 05:37   Show lyrics
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7. Riseth He, The Numberless (Part 1) 04:18   Show lyrics
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8. Riseth He, The Numberless (Part 2) 05:12   Show lyrics
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9. (Interlude 4) 05:10  
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10. Monstrously Low Tide 06:47   Show lyrics
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Band members
Marta-Stella Fountoulakis Vocals (female)
Jason Bitner Trumpet
Terran Olson Keyboards, Flute, Clarinet, Percussion
Sam Gutterman Drums, Guitars, Percussion
Jason Byron Vocals, Keyboards, Percussion
Josh Seipp-Williams Guitars
Greg Massi Guitars
Toby Driver Guitar, Bass, Cello, Keyboards, Percussion
Guest/Session
Anna Wetherby Viola
Sky Cooper Guitars (track 10)
Miscellaneous staff
Jim Fogarty Engineering
Jeff Lipton Mastering
Marta-Stella Fountoulakis Vocals (female)
Jason Bitner Trumpet
Terran Olson Keyboards, Flute, Clarinet, Percussion
Sam Gutterman Drums, Guitars, Percussion
Jason Byron Vocals, Keyboards, Percussion
Josh Seipp-Williams Guitars
Greg Massi Guitars
Toby Driver Guitar, Bass, Cello, Keyboards, Percussion
Anna Wetherby Viola
Sky Cooper Guitars (track 10)
Jim Fogarty Engineering
Jeff Lipton Mastering
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