Alan Parsons ‎– A Valid Path

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ATM-CD-51562 Alan Parsons A Valid Path(CD, Album) Artemis Records ATM-CD-51562 US 2004 Sell This Version
CDM 0904-2025 Alan Parsons A Valid Path(CD, Album) CD-Maximum CDM 0904-2025 Russia 2004 Sell This Version
ST2EA001, GAS 0000221EAG, EAGCD221 Alan Parsons A Valid Path(CD, Album) ST2 Records, Eagle Records, Eagle Records ST2EA001, GAS 0000221EAG, EAGCD221 Brazil 2004 Sell This Version
EAGCD221, GAS 0000221 EAG Alan Parsons A Valid Path(CD, Album) Eagle Records, Eagle Records EAGCD221, GAS 0000221 EAG UK 2004 Sell This Version
EAGCD221, GAS 0000221EAG Alan Parsons A Valid Path(CD, Album) Eagle Records, Eagle Records EAGCD221, GAS 0000221EAG Germany 2004 Sell This Version
XXX 0404156 Alan Parsons A Valid Path(CD, Album, Unofficial) Epic (2), East Records (3) XXX 0404156 Russia 2004 Sell This Version
CDM 0904 2025-d Alan Parsons A Valid Path(CD, S/Edition, Dig) CD-Maximum CDM 0904 2025-d Russia 2004 Sell This Version
EGLCD002 Alan Parsons A Valid Path(CD, Album) Egg Music EGLCD002 South Korea 2005 Sell This Version
284111-2 Alan Parsons A Valid Path(Hybrid, DualDisc, Album, Multichannel) Immergent, 5.1 Label Group, L.L.C. 284111-2 US 2006 Sell This Version
ATM-CD-51562 Alan Parsons A Valid Path(CD, Album, Unofficial) Artemis Records (4) ATM-CD-51562 Russia Unknown Sell This Version
ATM-CD-51562 Alan Parsons A Valid Path(CD, Album, Unofficial) Artemis Records (4), 5.1 Entertainment Group (2), Immergent Records (2) ATM-CD-51562 Russia Unknown Sell This Version

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BryGuy

BryGuy

July 9, 2012
edited over 7 years ago
referencing A Valid Path, CD, Album, EAGCD221, GAS 0000221 EAG

A great disc all around and more so for electronic fans in my opinion, including some rare gems feat Uberzone, Shpongle, The Crystal Method, etc. A variation of the absolutely beautiful "Return To Tunguska" by Parsons + Shpongle + Gilmour track can also be found as "Antarctica" on some compilations without Gilmour's guitar work. Worth it for that alone...