Padded Cell: Night Must Fall, LP (Vinyl)
Padded Cell: Night Must Fall, LP (Vinyl)
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Padded Cell : Night Must Fall

  • LP (Vinyl)
  • United Kingdom
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  • D.C. Recordings
  • (DCR72LP)
  • 8 Tracks
  • EAN 5017687717218
  • EX / EX
  • used
  • minor surface marks and some pressing marks on vinyl, may click or crackle slightly in some quiet parts, price tag on back cover

tracks

A1

Savage Skulls (Extended Version)

Arranged By
  • The Diaphanoids
Keyboards
  • The Diaphanoids
Bass
  • Jake Deadbody
5:26
A2

Word Of Mouth (Feat. Chloé Battant) (Extended Version)

Vocals
  • Chloé Raunet
Guitar
  • Grievo Believo
Featuring
  • Chloé Raunet
Bass
  • Rory Carlile
5:23
B1

My Children Sleep Next To The Echo Chamber (Extended Version)

Marimba
  • Dennis Young
Percussion
  • Dennis Young
Guitar
  • Grievo Believo
Bass
  • Jake Deadbody
7:03
B2

City Of Lies (Extended Version)

Guitar
  • Grievo Believo
3:44
C1

Triple X Syndrome (Extended Version)

Vocals
  • Chloé Raunet
Percussion
  • Dennis Young
5:42
C2

Are You Anywhere? (Edit)

Bass
  • Nick Avinit
5:50
D1

Far Beneath London (Extended Version)

Vocals
  • The Diaphanoids
Percussion
  • Matt Smooth
Guitar
  • Rory Carlile
Bass
  • Jake Deadbody
7:00
D2

Beautiful Gloom (Extended Version)

Percussion
  • Dennis Young
Synthesizer
  • The Giallos Flame
Guitar
  • The Giallos Flame
Bass
  • Jake Deadbody
5:14

Credits

Mastered By
  • Guy Davie
Producer
  • Neil Higgins
  • Richard Sen
Recorded By
  • Neil Higgins
  • Richard Sen

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