|Studio album by Sitting Bull|
|Studio||Windrose Studio, Hamburg|
|Genre||Progressive rock, psychedelic rock, krautrock|
49:53 (2015 reissue)
|Singles from Trip Away|
| AllMusic |
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|1.||"Trip Away"||Pit Schimkat||10:25|
|2.||"Song of Junk"||Bernd Zamulo, Schimkat||3:56|
|5.||"Hopeless Love"||Zamulo, Schimkat||2:50|
|1.||"Too Many Stops"||Jochen Jaschinski||4:25|
|2.||"For Me, For You"||Jaschinski||4:30|
|5.||"Clean Survival"||Zamulo, Jaschinski||4:01|
|Bonus tracks on 2015 reissue|
|2.||"Your Lovin' Man"||1:47|
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