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Focus
Cynic - Focus
Studio album by Cynic
Released September 14, 1993
Recorded 1993
Studio Morrisound Recording
Genre Technical death metal, progressive metal, jazz fusion
Length 35:57
Label Roadrunner
Producer Scott Burns, Cynic
Cynic chronology
Focus
(1993)
Traced in Air
(2008)

Focus is the debut album by Cynic, released September 14, 1993 through Roadrunner Records. A remastered version of the album was released in 2004.

Track listingEdit

No. Title Length
1. "Veil of Maya"   5:23
2. "Celestial Voyage"   3:40
3. "The Eagle Nature"   3:30
4. "Sentiment"   4:23
5. "I'm But a Wave to..."   5:30
6. "Uroboric Forms"   3:32
7. "Textures"   4:42
8. "How Could I"   5:29
Total length:
35:57



PersonnelEdit

Focus album personnel adapted from the CD liner notes of the 2004 remaster.[1]

Cynic
Additional personnel
  • Tony Teegarden – additional vocals
  • Sonia Otey – additional vocals
  • Steve Gruden – additional vocals
  • Aruna Abrams – keyboards, vocals (tracks 12–14; 2004 remaster)
  • Chris Kringel – bass (tracks 12–14; 2004 remaster)
Technical personnel
  • Cynic – production
  • Scott Burns – production, engineering, mixing
  • Robert Venosa – artwork
Technical personnel (2004 remaster)
  • Tom Burleigh – production
  • Paul Masvidal – production
  • Sean Reinert – production
  • Kevin Bartley – mastering (tracks 1–8)
  • Mark Chalecki – mastering (tracks 9–14)
  • John Hiler – remixing (tracks 9–11)
  • Portal – production (tracks 12–14)
  • Scott Burns – production, mixing (tracks 12–14)


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