Side 1 'Tonal Side':

  1. Thunderbird
  2. So Very Old
  3. Mean Nothing, Say Nothing
  4. Testosterone
  5. What Do You Want

Side 2 'Nagual Side':

  1. Apsaroke
  2. Sedation
  3. No Reaction (Still)
  4. Analyse, Synthesize
  5. Trance


Recorded on the Summer Solstice of 1993 at Notability Music, Margate. Engineered by Brian Gould.


'The Tides Of Apsaroke' is where things really start to take off. The song structures become generally more progressive, the contrasts between the heavier and quieter moments are more defined, and the production is clearer. Chris' guitar sound is more polarized, switching effortlessly between a heavier Hardcore grind and a chiming crystalline clean-tone. The album is split into two halves, the tracks on the 'Tonal' side tending to be heavier, whilst the 'Nagual' side is orientated more towards atmospheric Progressive Rock. Personal favourites are "Mean Nothing, Say Nothing", a heavy Hardcore/Thrash instrumental with a strirring progressive mid-section, and "Apsaroke", a drifting piece of atmospheric Prog Rock that builds up to a heavier ending.

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