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  1. Memory Hole
    by Kevin Moore
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    Intro Intro
  2. Five Years
    by Eric & Jeff Clayton
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  3. Quicksand
    by Eric & Jeff Clayton
    track 00:00/00:00
  4. The Dark of the City (Instrumental)
    by Hibernal
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    The Dark of the City (Instrumental) The Dark of the City (Instrumental)
  5. Width of a Circle
    by Eric & Jeff Clayton
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  6. The Machine (Instrumental)
    by Hibernal
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    Disconnection (Instrumental) Disconnection (Instrumental)
  7. After the Winter (Instrumental)
    by Hibernal
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    After the Winter (Instrumental) After the Winter (Instrumental)
  8. Mind The Gap (Bonus Tracks Version)
    by METROLAND
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    Enjoying the view Enjoying the view
  9. Matrix Downloaded 005
    by VARIOUS ARTISTS
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    Father Worked In Industry Father Worked In Industry
  10. Cygnet Committee
    by Eric & Jeff Clayton
    track 00:00/00:00
    I haven't heard EC sing with this much urgency and emotion since the LEGEND trilogy days. Oh my goodness!! David Bowie would be so honored and proud for what Eric&Jeff...the core of Saviour Machine have done. This is an essential track for any SM fan. Eric Clayton prides himself in having a ton of influence and inspiration from the various works of DB.
    This is an essential listen. A&R is superb as well. 24-bit download in FLAC/WAV.
  11. The Dark of the City
    by Hibernal
    favorite track 00:00/00:00
    Monster Monster
    The Hibernal Machine is on a tear!!! The layered, sweeping atmospheric guitars with spacey nuanced driven synth work along with a gallivanting bass are all still present on this latest album. As a listener, I highly recommend this album. This thematic & atmospheric music by Hibernal is one of the most unique and essential listening projects today. For the love of God! Don't miss out. And as per usual, the production and A&R is pretty first rate. You'll also get a 24-bit/44.1 KHz in FLAC/WAV.

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