|1. Wonderful World|
|2. Darkest Birds|
|3. The Banality Of Evil|
|4. Atom and Cell|
|5. A History Of Holes|
|6. Snow Borne Sorrow|
|7. The Day The Earth Stole Heaven|
|9. The Librarian|
Beautiful and haunting, sparkling, dark and pristine, heavenly on the ear; melancholic and uplifting both musically and lyrically. (I wish the lyrics were included in the cd packaging - some of it verges on the poetic). The production is perfect too.
I have already listened to this album many-a-time and I know that this is one Sylvian album that I will continue to revisit. Yes, it's much more immediate than his recent excursions, and I hope that this album could even introduce him and his collaborators to a new audience, but it wont.
It's a small comfort to know that on this planet of philistines there are still a few alchemists out there who still believe in magic.
That's it. What more do you need to know? Oh yeah, it's cheaper than a Coldplay album, God help us.
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