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Label: R.E.X. Music / Roadrunner
Catalog Number: RR 9101-2
Kurt Bachman vocals, guitar|
Jim Winters guitar, bass
Joey Daub drums
Scott Laird violins, violas
Glenn Fishbach cello
Julianne Laird soprano vocals
William Keller narration, the voice
|1. ||Gone ||5:47|
|2. ||Future Mind ||5:36|
|3. ||Dimentia ||5:38|
|4. ||What is but Cannot Not Be ||5:30|
|5. ||Singularity ||4:24|
|6. ||No Apology ||4:58|
|7. ||Trilogy of Knowledge - Intro: The Birth ||2:17|
|8. ||Trilogy of Knowledge - Movement I: The Lie ||5:25|
|9. ||Trilogy of Knowledge - Movement II: The Truth ||6:48|
|10. ||Trilogy of Knowledge - Movement III: The Key ||6:19|
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|Total Running Time:|| 52:42|
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|From: Friday 13th
||Date: June 12, 2002 at 6:17|
|This is probably the most interesting album that Beliver ever did, showing that it does not have to be heavy without been experimental, and this album proved to be a classi in it's own right, check it out - Opera Classic Death/ Thrash Metal -great stuff!! email@example.com
||Date: February 12, 2011 at 11:36|
|impressive album. couldn't believe they are a christian band until I read the lyrics which are mostly from the Bible. Very complex songwriting by these guys and quite a lot of industrial elements. all members are talented. Even though I didn't like progressive style back then in my teenage years but this record showed me a new perspective in listening to the music.
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