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Temporal

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Threshold of Transformation (Demo)
9:38
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Ghost Key (Alternate Demo Version)
8:35
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Wills Dissolve (Alternate Demo Version)
6:56
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Carry (Demo)
6:31
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False Light (Demo)
7:45
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Grey Divide (Demo)
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Streetcleaner
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Hand of Doom
8:39
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Not in Rivers, But in Drops (Melvins/Lustmord Remix)
5:31
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Holy Tears (Thomas Dimuzio Remix)
12:15  
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Temporal
2:04
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Way Through Woven Branches
6:25
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Pliable Foe
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20 Minutes / 40 Years (Acoustic Version)
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 14   Total Length: 112:03

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When he's not filing news stories, shooting a live show or contributing the occasional feature for Wondering Sound, Andrew Parks edits and publishes self-titled...more »

11.06.12
Isis, Temporal
2012 | Label: Ipecac Recordings / The Orchard

On paper, the nearly two hours of rarities and previously unreleased material on Temporal looks more like an attic-clearing exercise – the proverbial nail in the coffin of Isis’s 13-year career – than a must-listen. After all, an entire disc is devoted to demos, and the other one’s split between remixes, cover songs and collect-’em-all cuts like the ISIS side of a split EP with the Melvins and a tense acoustic rendition of “20 Minutes/40… read more »

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