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|1.||Continent Under Sun||06:41||instrumental|
|2.||Way on Tortuga||04:34||instrumental|
|4.||Bark of Sun||05:27||instrumental|
|7.||Waiting the Sun||03:47||instrumental|
|8.||Whisper of Memnons||07:07||instrumental|
|9.||Earth, My Mother||04:12||instrumental|
|10.||Mantra Lost Sun||07:24||instrumental|
Senmuth - all instruments and programming
Released online by Ixtlan Industries.
Senmuth's notes on the album:
"Instrumental album which continues to travel through the theme of space and time, intertwining in industrial foundation as a guitar and ethnic instruments. This time the music takes in Africa, India, Egypt, the Caribbean Islands, and Cambodia."
- The song "Phnom Bakheng" got its name from a Hindu temple in the form of a temple mountain. It is dedicated to the Shiva, a major Hindu God.
- The song "Djenne Mosque" got its name from the Great Mosque of Djenné, the largest mud brick building in the world.