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  • Performer: TransAtlantic
  • Album: SMPT E
  • Label: Inside Out Music
  • Catalog #: IOMCD 057
  • MP3: 2080 mb | FLAC: 2696 mb
  • Released: 10 Apr 2000
  • Country: Germany
  • Style: Prog Rock
  • Rating: 4.1/5
  • Votes: 228
  • Category: Rock
Mp3 TransAtlantic - SMPT E

Tracklist

1Full Moon Rising (Reprise)
2Full Moon Rising
3All Of The Above30:59
4My New World16:16
5Mystery Train6:52
6Camouflaged In Blue
7We All Need Some Light
Roine Leadvoice – Alt. Mix
8Oh Darlin' (Studio Jam)
9Honky Tonk Woman (Studio Jam)
10We All Need Some Light5:45
11My New World
Alt. Take – Different Lyrics
12Half Alive
13October Winds
14In Held (Twas) In I
Arranged By – Portnoy, Morse, Trewavas, StoltWritten-By – Brooker, Reid, Fisher
17:21
15My Cruel World (Original Demo)
16Interactive Section
17Undying Love

Credits

  • Artwork By [Booklet Design] – Hippified Art
  • Artwork By [Front Cover Bryce Art] – Per Nordin
  • Bass [Warwick], Synthesizer [Moog Taurus Pedals], VoicePete Trewavas
  • Drums [Drumkit], VoiceMike Portnoy
  • EngineerChris Cubeta
  • Engineer [Pete's Overdubs]Stewart Every
  • Guitar [Electric], Acoustic Guitar [12str.], Mellotron, Percussion, VoiceRoine Stolt
  • Lead Vocals [Lead Voice], Keyboards, Acoustic Guitar, Guitar [Additional Electric]Neal Morse
  • Mastered ByVlado Meller
  • Mixed ByRich Mouser
  • Photography – Michael Hoerner
  • ProducerTransAtlantic
  • Recorded By [Neal's Additional Recording]Neal
  • Recorded By [Roine's Additional Recordings]Dex
  • Written-ByPortnoy (tracks: 1, 3, 4), Morse (tracks: 1 to 4), Trewavas (tracks: 1, 3, 4), Stolt (tracks: 1, 3, 4)

Notes

RELEASE TITLE as per front cover:
STOLTMORSEPORTNOYTREWAVAS

Recorded at Millbrook Studios – Millbrook, New York – June/July 1999.
Neal's additional recording at The Morse House – TN, USA.
Roine's additional recordings at Cosmic Lodge – Sweden.
Pete's additional recordings at the Racket Club, UK.
Mixed at The Mouse House, USA – November 1999.
Mastered at Sony Music Studios NYC – January 2000.

Erratum:
Track 1-VI is written as "VI. Full Moon Reprise" on the rear of the booklet, while the full track title "VI. Full Moon Rising (Reprise)" is mentioned in the lyrics section of the booklet.


All songs published by TransAtlantic 2000.

℗ & © 2000 InsideOutMusic.
Produced under license from TransAtlantic.
Distributed by SPV GmbH, except Benelux by Suburban.
Category: SPV 085-31972 CD (rear artwork) | SPV 31972 CD (on disc)
GEMA
LC 01414

Barcode: 4 001617 319727
CD matrix: IFPI LB 47

Album

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