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5 Albums Box Set - Dawnrazor/The Nephilim/Elysium/Earth Inferno/Singles and Mixes [Box set]

Fields Of The Nephilim Audio CD
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Formed in 1984, the Fields of the Nephilim take their name from the Biblical legends of Nephilim, who were fallen angels expelled from Heaven for divulging hidden knowledge to humans. Their debut occurred in 1985 with their Burning the Fields EP, of which 500 copies were originally released on their own Tower label. The EP, even though being rather limited, caught the attention of Beggar's ... Read more in Amazon's Fields Of The Nephilim Store

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  • Audio CD (25 Nov 2013)
  • Number of Discs: 5
  • Format: Box set
  • Label: Beggars Banquet/Archive
  • ASIN: B00FE1XI5O
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 4,961 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Intro
2. Slow Kill
3. Volcane (Mr. Jealousy Has Returned)
4. Vet for the Insane
See all 14 tracks on this disc
Disc: 2
1. Endemoniada
2. The Watchman
3. Phobia
4. Moonchild
See all 10 tracks on this disc
Disc: 3
1. (Dead But Dreaming)
2. For Her Light
3. At the Gates of Silent Memory
4. (Paradise Regained)
See all 8 tracks on this disc
Disc: 4
1. (Dead But Dreaming) for Her Light
2. Moonchild
3. Submission
4. Preacher Man
See all 9 tracks on this disc
Disc: 5
1. Preacher Man (Contaminated Mix)
2. Blue Water (Electrostatic)
3. Moonchild (Second Seal)
4. Psychonaut (Lib I)
See all 13 tracks on this disc

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
By Andy
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The chances are that if you're reading this then you already know who Fields of the Nephilim are/were and what these albums are about, in which case what your probably really interested in is specifics such as the remastering quality and the additional tracks.

OK, first things first then, a note on the Beggars Banquet website states that Elizium was remastered from the analogue originals but that the other recordings had to be remastered from digital sources for various reasons and it does sound as though most of the recordings have been remastered (or at the very least re-EQ'd) with the exception of Earth Inferno which to me sounds identical to the original. The remastering is subtle and sympathetic and not harsh and "in your face" as some other remasters have been, and as such there is a noticeable improvement over the original releases on this score - Dawnrazor now has more depth, sounding less tinny and sparse, The Nephilim is certainly clearer (and not at all muddy) and Sumerland (from Elizium) now has the same sonic balance as the rest of the album.

Next then we have the additional tracks which appear either tagged onto the end of their associated album or on an additional disc of Singles and Mixes, giving us all 5 versions of Psychonaut, 4 versions of Moonchild and 3 versions of Blue Water to name but a few. We don't get the live versions of Power and Vet For The Insane from the Moonchild 12" but we do get the full length version of In Every Dream Home a Heartache (with the false ending that was previously edited out on the Revelations compilation). So on the whole, a fairly exhaustive collection of songs that (nearly) includes all the bands recordings from their Beggars Banquet days.

So, all in all, a nicely put together collection of all the Fields of the Nephilim's recordings (well, nearly) in one box set.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Sublime Gothic. 25 Dec 2013
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Without doubt the finest Gothic band to have walked the earth in dusty boots!
This box set is just the best 15 anyone could spend, it contains the first three albums, live cd and rarities disc.
Dawnrazor (1987) displays great promise and includes some great songs but sounds like a collected body of songs rather than being an album proper. The sound is kinda generic for Beggars Banquet at the time so the band don't sound as unique and coherent as in subsequent albums; next is The Nephilim (1988) and the magic begins. Moving, haunting, emotive, this album sweeps you along bathed in strings, hypnotic bass and then Mc.Coy's sublime vocals. A truly great album which with songs like 'Moonchild' and the brooding yet epic 'Last Exit...' how could it get better? Well, strangely enough with 'Elysium' (1990). This is the masterpiece, this album from its opening note to the final fade is just beyond praise, still for me the epitome of the gothic genre. All the mood, atmosphere and depth of the previous album but here is a warmth and serenity that wraps around you and takes you somewhere otherworldly.As amazing now as it was the first time I heard it! Then comes 'Earth Inferno' (1991), a live album that shows that this band can capture all the facets that make their music so captivating even on stage. Well recorded for the time and with all the essential songs 'Earth Inferno' is a great testament to the creativity and musicianship of the band (particularly with this original line-up).
The bonus disc 'Singles & Mixes' is a little treasure box of alternate versions and mixes (all good, not messed with too much)!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars BUY THIS ITEM ! 24 Dec 2013
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For all middle aged Goths out there....The Fields of the Nephilim were never a trendy Goth band lacking the the catchiness of bands like The Cult and Sisters of Mercy...but that doesn't impair their ability to make music that makes you listen, think and immerse yourself into their world. This release contains their first 3 Studio albums, a live album and singles / remixes which always seems to be included in these packs. The strength of this band lies in the orchestration and dynamics of the songs along with Carl McCoy's haunting vocals that make FON stand out from the other Goth bands of this era. Stop listening during a song and you will miss something ! Currently on tour they capture the studio sound and atmosphere with ease and panache. Carl's performance on stage is nothing short of sublime and his understated lack of antics and screaming adds to the performance. There's no " let me see your hands in the air" rubbish here. Buy this album, turn up the volume, turn off the lights and listen to what goes bump in the night "At the gates of Silent Memory"....
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5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent 14 April 2014
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Really loved this - the sound quality is really good and i't great to get all the singles and mixes in one collection at last. Artwork is great and the box is cool too. Only one complaint - the live tracks from the Moonchild 12" and Sumerland 12" are not included which is a shame!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Required listening for all FOTN fans! 31 Mar 2014
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This is a bargain at the price I recently paid! The re-mastering sounds very good on Dawnrazor especially. The 12" mixes are wonderful as I love all the versions of Bluewater and Moonchild.
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