Serpents Egg [CASSETTE]
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Remastered for this special vinyl edition. Pressed on 180g vinyl and packaged in a new heavyweight gatefold sleeve with a newly designed inner bag. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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This album might naturally appeal to those with spiritual or mystical leanings, but I would recommend it to any lover of music looking for a deeper, more unusual musical experience.
Highest praise also for Within the Realm of a Dying Sun, esp Persephone.
I would listen to Opium from their recent album on repeat - and have done on a recent flight - as it is far more rewarding due to the marriage of insightful lyrics and mood.
But there is a whole lot of mood on display here and it really should be bought and tasted. I can't gee enough of Host of the Seraphim. This track is worth the price of the CD alone.
I'd encourage you to try.
Her voice, for me at least, brings out the past and makes it live, whilst his voice enters the interior whilst blazing to the annunciation of an archaic brazier. As an entirety the disc is a map into an inner journey, a moment just before the ceremonies are captured.
Contains elements of SPK's Songs of Byzantine Flowers, cursing along to the atmospheric presence of the Igg's "We will Fall," chanting paens to sprites bobbing up in ethereal imaginations. Provides a special seat to an insider picture show. So these pieces will change the mind mood as it alternate between the masculine and feminine, anima and animus.
A backdrop to a passion between those red silk lined sheets
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The music 🎶 on this album took me on a journey through time and space.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
Get some descent speakers and a/v receiver and listen to this music masterpiece loud and clear as never before.Published 4 months ago by electropoper
Excellent Cd,i have been looking for it at the local music shops as a import for years; unsuccessfully.Thanks to the internet and Amazon UK i can now enjoy listening to it.Published on 1 July 2014 by Hano
4AD Records have always been the charm for me. Artists and particular sounds, covers all beautiful, very comfortable. Dead Can Dance is one of the groups that I loved most. Read morePublished on 30 May 2013 by Lino Terlati