|Studio album by The Orchids|
|Genre||Twee pop, dream pop, jangle pop|
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The album contains an unlisted track "Definition of a Bastard" which comes after track 7. The original CD numbering however did not take this into account and so from track 7 onwards the numbers and tiles do not correlate; and "Waiting for the Storm" has no ident at all. As was usual for albums on Sarah Records, no singles were released from it. The later 2005 reissue contained two singles.
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