Lost Moon: Through The Gates Of Light, LP (Vinyl)
Lost Moon: Through The Gates Of Light, LP (Vinyl)
€15.90
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Lost Moon : Through The Gates Of Light

  • LP (Vinyl)
  • Germany
180g blue marbled vinyl pressed in Germany, 350g heavyweight cover, poly lined inner sleeve, incl. download code, incl. signed insert.
  • Pink Tank Records
  • (none)
  • 8 Tracks
  • no barcode
  • M- / M-
  • used
  • unplayed, but not sealed

tracks

Side A

1

Through The Gates Of Light

3:17
2

Dawn

4:05
3

Prayer

4:17
4

Pilgrimage

6:06

Side B

5

I Got Drunk Again

4:29
6

Light Inside

3:36
7

The Day We Broke The Spell

4:42
8

Visions

5:25

Credits

Artwork By
  • Rossella Di Micco
Bass
  • Adolfo Calandro
Didgeridoo
  • Giovanni Nazzarro
Drums
  • Pierluigi Paolucci
Guitar
  • Stefano Paolucci
Mastered By
  • Jan Galbas
Mixed By
  • Jan Galbas
Percussion
  • Stefano Paolucci
Producer
  • Stefano Paolucci
Recorded By
  • Phil Liar
Sitar
  • Giovanni Nazzarro
Vocals
  • Stefano Paolucci
Written By

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