Running time (h:m:s): 00:16:58 (Where Shadows Lie) / 00:04:55 (Lament...)
Size (mb): 128
Cat. No: BRITPLOD2 (Where Shadows Lie) / none (Lament...)
Year: 1986 (Where Shadows Lie) / 1987 (Lament...)
Where Shadows Lie Side 1:
1. Where Shadows Lie
2. But A Child
3. Far Too Long
4. The Question (Chains Of Guilt)
Where Shadows Lie Side 2:
2. Clockwork Mind
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