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A Very Still Movement EP

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Released  August 12, 2001
Producer  Sel Balamir
Artist  Oceansize
Label  Soviet Union Records
Recorded  2000-2001
A Very Still Movement EP (2001)  Relapse EP (2002)
Release date  12 August 2001
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Genres  Progressive rock, New Prog

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A Very Still Movement is an EP by British rock band Oceansize, released in August 2001 on the record label Soviet Union. The tracks "Catalyst" and "Women Who Have Men Who Love Drugs" were re-recorded for the band's debut Effloresce. The EP was produced and mixed by Sel Balamir, singer and guitarist of Amplifier. Balamir is also featured in the last track, "Sizeofanocean".

Contents

Track listing

  1. "Catalyst" – 6:51
  2. "A Very Still Movement" – 3:26
  3. "Women Who Love Men Who Love Drugs" – 9:22
  4. "Sizeofanocean" – 5:19

Personnel

  • Mike Vennart – guitar, vocals
  • Steve Durose – guitar, backing vocals
  • Gambler – guitar, keyboards
  • Jon Ellis – bass
  • Mark Heron – drums
  • Sel Balamir – additional guitar and backing vocals on "Sizeofanocean"
  • Songs

    1Catalyst6:51
    2A Very Still Movement3:27
    3Women Who Love Men Who Love Drugs9:22

    References

    A Very Still Movement EP Wikipedia


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