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A Sun That Never Sets

Neurosis

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
August 7th, 2001
Label:
Relapse Records
Reviews:
9 reviews (avg. 85%)
1. Erode 01:49   instrumental
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2. The Tide 08:48   Show lyrics
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3. From the Hill 09:26   Show lyrics
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4. A Sun That Never Sets 04:59   Show lyrics
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5. Falling Unknown 13:10   Show lyrics
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6. From Where Its Roots Run 03:41   Show lyrics
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7. Crawl Back In 06:50   Show lyrics
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8. Watchfire 08:26   Show lyrics
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9. Resound 01:26   instrumental
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10. Stones from the Sky 09:45   Show lyrics
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Band members
Scott Kelly Guitars, Vocals
Noah Landis Keyboards, Samples, Sound manipulation
Jason Roeder Drums
Dave Edwardson Bass
Steve Von Till Guitars, Vocals
Guest/Session
Kris Force Violin, viola
Miscellaneous staff
John Golden Mastering
Chris Manfrin Engineering (Assistant)
Greg Norman Engineering (Assistant)
Rob Bochnick Engineering (Assistant)
Seldon Hunt Artwork, Design
Steve Albini Recording
Scott Kelly Guitars, Vocals
Noah Landis Keyboards, Samples, Sound manipulation
Jason Roeder Drums
Dave Edwardson Bass
Steve Von Till Guitars, Vocals
Kris Force Violin, viola
John Golden Mastering
Chris Manfrin Engineering (Assistant)
Greg Norman Engineering (Assistant)
Rob Bochnick Engineering (Assistant)
Seldon Hunt Artwork, Design
Steve Albini Recording
Read A Tour De Force of Musical... 95% rifrab3 January 31st, 2014
Read Bleak... 98% Nokturnal_Wrath December 2nd, 2013
Read A Landmark. 95% Perplexed_Sjel September 30th, 2007
Read Neurosis's magnum opus 98% AntiJoe88 September 10th, 2007
Read Bleak, disappointing... 43% Thamuz January 19th, 2007
Read An intense experience 95% Taliesin December 10th, 2006
Read Simply amazing. 87% caspian February 7th, 2006
Read I like this "softer" Neurosis 88% yeentrancemperium June 23rd, 2005
Read Intense 70% Skyklad August 30th, 2002
Released on CD and double vinyl.

Japanese pressing featuring a bonus track. Comes with an English cover insert, an additional Japanese cover insert and an OBI strip.
11. Dissonance (5:33)

Double vinyl version released on black vinyl, grey marble vinyl, and clear vinyl. Comes in a gatefold sleeve. Clear vinyl limited to 100 copies.

Re-released on grey/red split double vinyl in March, 2010 by Relapse Records, limited to 500 copies.

Re-released on CD on November 30th, 2011 by Relapse Records.

The track "From Where Its Roots Run" is actually a reworked track of the song "Prayer" from the "Sovereign" EP.

The band created a DVD to accompany this album in 2002. A video was made for every song on this disc.

Artwork By - Seldon Hunt
Engineer [Assistant] - Chris Manfrin, Greg Norman, Rob Bochnick
Mastered By - John Golden
Recorded By - Steve Albini
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