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Innocents

Only Living Witness

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
December 2nd, 1996
Label:
Century Media
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1. No Eden 03:59   Show lyrics
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2. Knew Her Gone 03:41   Show lyrics
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3. Deed's Pride 03:16   Show lyrics
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4. Placid Hill 01:47   instrumental
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5. Some Will Never Know 04:16   Show lyrics
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6. Strata 03:32   Show lyrics
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7. Freaklaw 02:59   Show lyrics
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8. Hank Crane 05:04   Show lyrics
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9. Downpour 04:12   Show lyrics
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10. Total Particle Reversal 06:26   Show lyrics
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Band members
Chris Crowley Bass
Jonah Jenkins Vocals
Craig Silverman Guitars
Eric Stevenson (R.I.P. 2011) Drums, String instruments
Guest/Session
Peter Hughes Violin
David Hannon Harmonica
Walter Halvorsen Cello
Sushila Day Viola
Carl Ayotte Strings
Miscellaneous staff
Eric Stevenson (R.I.P. 2011) Producer
Tim O'Heir Producer
Chris Crowley Bass
Jonah Jenkins Vocals
Craig Silverman Guitars
Eric Stevenson (R.I.P. 2011) Drums, String instruments
Peter Hughes Violin
David Hannon Harmonica
Walter Halvorsen Cello
Sushila Day Viola
Carl Ayotte Strings
Eric Stevenson (R.I.P. 2011) Producer
Tim O'Heir Producer
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Re-released by Century Media in 2006 with the following bonus tracks:
11. War of the Gargantuas (Inst.) (2:28)
12. Freaklaw (2:48)
13. Some Will Never Know (4:04)
14. Deed's Pride (3:12)
15. Knew Her Gone (3:36)
16. Total Particle Reversal (6:02)

Track 11 recorded during the "Innocents" sessions
Tracks 12 & 13 taken from the Freaklaw 7 inch EP
Tracks 14, 15, 16 taken from the "Innocents" pre-production demo
Added by: Rodrigo Modified by: Caliginosity
Added on: 2004-11-07 17:18:34 Last modified on: 2012-11-10 19:58:53
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