- Nerve Ends in Power Lines
Infobox Album |
Name = Nerve Ends in Power Lines
In Purgatory (1982)
Type = EP
Released = 1982 (EP); 1995 (CD)
Last album = "November 1981
This album = "Nerve Ends in Power Lines/In Purgatory""
Next album = "Another Year"
"Nerve Ends in Power Lines/In Purgatory" is an EP by
New Zealandband Nocturnal Projectionsin 1982. In 1995, a CD version was released as a greatest hits album under Raffmond.
*1995 CD release
*"People Who Told Me"
*"Walk in a Straight Line"
*"You’ll Never Know"
*"No Problems Here"
*"Could it Be Increased"
*"Nerve Ends in Power Lines"
*"The Down Song"
*"Alone in the Corner"
*"Inmates in Images"
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