Xanthochroid - Of Erthe and Axen: Act I
1.Open the Gates, O Forest Keeper
2.To Lost and Ancient Gardens
3.To Higher Climes Where Few Might Stand
4.To Souls Distant and Dreaming
5.In Deep and Wooded Forests of My Youth
6.The Sound of Hunger Rises
7.The Sound of a Glinting Blade
8.The Sound Which Has No Name
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