05:31 - no one kiwi, your names a bit false advertising isn't it?
04:53 - LeKiwi I believe Digipak needs to capitalised as it is a registered trademark, where as digipack simply refers to that style of packaging. Not entirely sure...digipack might just be a spelling mistake, however logical :P
04:40 - no one OMG! METAL ARCHIVES MADE A SPELLING MISTAKE!! : O
04:29 - Amatsu Mikaboshi why do I keep looking at scarlet witch Gifs every time I keep tuning into different tabs??...
02:35 - Bad English look at MA update there are bed english as well Minor detail: "digipak" is the preferred spelling, NOT "digipack". Please try to stick to it. That is all.
02:21 - Redn1ght Fuck me, man... I've been recognizing voice actors all the time now... "Oh wait! It's that guy... Nekota! What? Aoki too!?" I'm too good at this. :) (These are all side characters too...)
01. Corpsecry - Angelfall 02. Scarlet Dream 03. Nietzschean Conspiracy 04. A Sunset Song 05. Impromptu (Allegro Maestoso) 06. Dreamsphere (Return To The Chaos) 07. Ecstatic Transformation 08. Voices [2009 re-release bonus] 09. Slaughtergarden Suite 1 - At Dawn 2 - The Dead are Born 3 - Destiny Divided 4 - Slaughtergarden 5 - Aftermath 10. Bring Back The Dead 11. Requiem - Nostalgia 12. Born Condemned Criminal [Japanese bonus]
Additional info Recorded at Studio Zen/Electric Space Studio throughout September 2000 - March 2001.
Engineered by Yukito Okazaki.
Produced by Sigh.
Mastered at West West Side by Alan Douches.
Strings/horn arrangements by Mirai.
Remastered at SafeHouse Productions by James Murphy.
Written by !J.O.O.E.! on 23.04.2012 at 18:34 Unf. Definitely a contender for best Sigh song.
Such a fun track. It's like a crazy and drug-filled heavy metal fest with black metal vocals and synth on top. Lovely.
The chorus is so catchy goddamit.
Ugh I own the remastered version and for some unknown reason they thought it would be a good Idea to take the lead guitar out of that song along with the 2 solos! The original is just so much better! Grr
Great album. I don't know, if it can be considered their most experimental one, as all of them starting with Hail Horror Hail are quite experimental, but still I enjoy a lot their mix of space rock, metal and whatnot.
Been meaning to listen to this one forever and kept putting it off. What a spectacularly chill, creative, excellent album. I think I am still more drawn to the speed and highs/lows of their newer stuff, but I definitely see why this is such a classic.
Wow having gone through their full disco now, this is without doubt their magnum opus. I had second thoughts about this after Hangman's Hymn and Scenes From Hell. But God!, this is just flawless, not a single false note here. This album is near perfect. Sigh will never probably top this.