|Style:||Hard Rock, Heavy Metal, Progressive Metal|
|Catalog #:||E1 48640|
|1||Breaking The Silence||4:34|
|3||I Remember Now||1:17|
|4||I Don't Believe In Love||4:23|
|5||Suite Sister Mary||10:41|
|6||My Empty Room||1:28|
|9||The Needle Lies||3:08|
|11||Eyes Of A Stranger||6:39|
|13||Spreading The Disease||4:07|
|15||Waiting For 22||1:05|
Choir and cellos by Michael Kamen for Kaveman Productions.
Dr.X played by Anthony Valentine.
Nurse played by Debbie Wheeler.
Sister Mary played by Pamela Moore.
News anchorman: Mike Snyder KXAS-TV NBC Dallas/Fort Worth.
Preacher played by Scott Mateer.
Gang vocals by "The Moronic Monks of Morin Heights".
Released with a printed inner credits-sleeve
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