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Lumen - The Man Felt An Iron Hand Grasp Him By The Hair, At The Nape. Not One Hand, A Hundred Hands Seized Him, Each By The Hair, And Tore Him Head To Foot, The Way You Tear Up A Sheet Of Paper, Into Hundreds Of Little Pieces Album

Lumen - The Man Felt An Iron Hand Grasp Him By The Hair, At The Nape. Not One Hand, A Hundred Hands Seized Him, Each By The Hair, And Tore Him Head To Foot, The Way You Tear Up A Sheet Of Paper, Into Hundreds Of Little Pieces Album Performer: Lumen
Title: The Man Felt An Iron Hand Grasp Him By The Hair, At The Nape. Not One Hand, A Hundred Hands Seized Him, Each By The Hair, And Tore Him Head To Foot, The Way You Tear Up A Sheet Of Paper, Into Hundreds Of Little Pieces
Style: Abstract, Post Rock, Experimental
Category: Electronic / Rock
Date of release: 17 Apr 2001
Country: US
Label: Temporary Residence Limited
Catalog number: TRR 30
Size MP3: 1568 mb
Size FLAC: 1069 mb
Rating: 4.2

Tracklist

1VIII3:56
2III4:47
3I5:54
4IV3:20
5V11:04
6VII4:04
7II5:56
8VI4:28

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
noneLumen The Man Felt An Iron Hand Grasp Him By The Hair, At The Nape. Not One Hand, A Hundred Hands Seized Him, Each By The Hair, And Tore Him Head To Foot, The Way You Tear Up A Sheet Of Paper, Into Hundreds Of Little Pieces ‎(8xFile, FLAC, Album, RE)Temporary Residence Limitednone2015

Credits

  • PerformerAndee Connors, David Blei, Jeffrey Kane, Jeffrey Rosenberg
  • PerformerAndee Connors, David Blei, Jeffrey Kane, Jeffrey Rosenberg

Companies

  • Copyright (c) – Marmots Became Thunder Music
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Temporary Residence Ltd.

Album

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