Release date: 01/14/2014
Book of Hours was first released by Les Disques du Crépuscule in 1989. Guest musicians include Tuxedomoon colleagues Steven Brown, Luc van Lieshout, Paul Zahl and Ivan Georgiev, as well as Ludus guitarist Ian Devine.
This remaster includes 5 bonus tracks, including an elegiac cover of El Paso by Marty Robbins, film soundtrack contribution Blackout and both sides of rare single Orphans, released in a limited run of 100 copies in 1997.
1. Zombie Hop
2. Sainte Therese
3. Letter From Home
4. Software Pancake House
6. El Paso
7. To the Green Door
8. Salad Days
9. Come the Spring
10. Marchand de Feraille
11. Bay Bridge
12. El Paso (7" mix)
14. Cosy Little Planet
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