Within the Realm of a Dying Sun
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It also contains 'Cantara', which for me is Dead Can Dance's best single track, and a reason to buy the album in itself: a glorious, undulating kaleidoscope of sound that just begs you to turn up the hi-fi...
The music just takes me to another place, the production and quality are second to none. Mixing neo classical with folk is probably the best description I would apply to this masterpiece.
Gothic gloom some might say, probably they would be right. If only I could find another band that still makes this sort of music I would be happy. The nearest I've found are an Italian band called Gothica, any other contenders out there?
Buy it, you wont be disappointed.
As an avid music listener and buyer, my tastes are wide and varied and this sits nicely alongside my hip hop, house, classical and pop.
I was pleased to hear how Lisa Gerrard's voice became a part of the Gladiator soundtrack, although it's a pity it doesn't grace the whole of the movie.
I can't help but get emotional at the thought of how appropriate their sound would be on a film like The Lord of The Rings Trilogy. If you haven't heard a DCD album before then buy this and you'll know what I mean.
This is a great album......don't miss out on the others.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The more I listen 👂 to Dead Can Dance 💃 the more amazed I am 😊 with their music.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
My favorite DCD album. Lisa sings like an angel fallen down from heaven, and Brendan composed his best epic melodies. Read morePublished 4 months ago by electropoper
will probably grow on me when in the right mood but not enamoured although recognise the talent.Published 15 months ago by Dione
I love Lisa Gerrard's recent stuff and I loved This Mortal Coil's "It'll End in Tears" back in the 80s. Read morePublished 20 months ago by DrNebula
This is worth experimenting with. The band have carved out such a unique and undefinable niche in music that they really are their own genre, I bought it on the basis that I'd... Read morePublished on 6 Jun. 2014 by Blade Runner