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|1.||Idle Hands||03:34||Show lyrics|
|2.||Thoughts Without Words||04:31||Show lyrics|
|3.||Destroyer of Senses||02:55||Show lyrics|
|5.||Stepping Outside the Circle||05:25||Show lyrics|
|6.||The Art of Balance||04:46||Show lyrics|
|7.||Mystery of One Spirit||05:10||Show lyrics|
|8.||The Idiot Box||04:30||Show lyrics|
|9.||Prelude to Disaster||01:48||instrumental|
|10.||A Fire in Babylon||07:30||Show lyrics|
|11.||Welcome to the Machine (Pink Floyd cover)||05:05||Show lyrics|
|Matthew Bachand||Guitars (rhythm), Vocals (backing)|
|Jonathan Donais||Guitars (lead), Vocals (backing)|
|Chris Bartlett||Gang vocals on "Stepping Outise The Circle" and "Destroyer Of Senses"|
|Jim Weeks||Drums on "Welcome To The Machine"|
|Dan Egan||Gang vocals on "Stepping Outise The Circle" and "Destroyer Of Senses"|
|Aaron Pepelis||Photography [Inlay photo]|
|Mike D'Antonio||Cover art|
|Hollow production...||45%||Diamhea||January 30th, 2014|
|Great songs, abysmal...||60%||mot_the_barber||May 19th, 2009|
|Tragically boring.||45%||Noktorn||April 27th, 2009|
|Quality Knows No "Wave"||99%||ShadowsFallen||February 27th, 2007|
|Balance as a keyword for...||95%||Agonymph||April 25th, 2005|
|Am i the only one who...||10%||Shadow0fDeath||August 25th, 2004|
|Hard rock for Metal fans||85%||PoSiTiVePeTeR||June 21st, 2004|
|Overrated and inconsistent||60%||Sierra_Nevada||March 7th, 2004|
|The Second Coming Of...||99%||ihateyou||December 5th, 2003|
|Can You Say "Filler" Boys...||70%||PowerProg_Adam||April 29th, 2003|
|metal's next gods?||95%||ironasinmaiden||December 25th, 2002|
Available in Limited Edition 2 CD Slipcase
2nd disc contains video interview, 3 Live performances, complete biography and 50 picture photo gallery.
Also available as of summer 2003 is the Ozzfest Edition, limited to 30,000 copies.
Music videos were made for "Destroyer of Senses", "Thoughts Without Words" and "The Idiot Box".
Bonus track for Japan:
12. This is My Own (4:49)
The reason for the title name "The Art Of Balace" is because Shadows Fall believes that it's possible to mix elements of rock, metal and hardcore together as one (which is self evident in the album sound).
LP released by Lifeforce Records (200 white wax, 800 black wax).