- Artwork By – Erik Skodvin
- Music By – Alexey Devyanin
All tracks are titled in Russian. Track 2 has a short describing story instead of the title. The translation is (including english translation of the story from the cover-art):
2. In the middle of the sixteenth century in the south of England a group of Orford fishermen caught a strange creature. Its form reminded them of a man – completely bald, but with a long dense beard. They put it in the governer’s castle in the dirtiest and most suffocative dungeon, and fed it with a crude fish, which it kneaded in hands before eating. The women have started to have strange dreams, as if the newcomer comes to their bedrooms at night, and looks at them in the moonlight with his empty eye-sockets, filled with cold, demonic laughter. The next morning they found their beds wet, shrouded in sea water and seaweed, and after a while it appeared that all women in the castle had become pregnant. In the throes of agony, they gave birth to ugly, scaly babies. In one day the creature escaped from the people, back to the sea, and nobody saw the babies. But sometimes, when the ocean rages, its hoarse, spiteful breath is again audible in the dungeon, and the women have those same dreams.
3. Intension Of Reflection
6. Side Effect