18:43 - Bad English Nim - does ortodox has Easter now? Maybe JN will be new Patriach of Bulgaria, but as far some ppl told me, he blocked ms freaks and dont asnwer to their FB msg and he is active on FB ... he left !!!!
18:41 - Clintagräm Ol' Buzz Killington at it again.
18:27 - Marcel Hubregtse Coffee with cream is disgusting. Coffee totally black all the way.
18:15 - Nimlot Clapton is like coffee, not as good without Cream.
18:13 - Clintagräm One of the most important parts of a healthy lifestyle is a heavy dose of Cream with your day: [link]
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.