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Additional Information. No Eden Without Annihilation. Generic musical style. Gothic, New Age, Dark Ambient. Detailed musical style. Electro Experimental Ambient.
Contrastate - No Eden Without Annihilation (LP + CD + Album, Ltd). Vomir - Musique De L'Indifférence (12", Album + CD, Album + Ltd). Label:Peripheral Records (2) Cat PR008. Media Condition: Media: Mint (M) Sleeve Condition: Sleeve: Near Mint (NM or M
No Eden Without Annihilation. 12 tracks · November 2016. True Believer, The 10/40 Window. 2 tracks · 5 August 2016.
No Eden Without Annihilation TESCO 2016. True Believer, The 10, 40 Window Dirter Promotions 2016. Contrastate then bury themselves in swathes of gloomy keyboards and warped vocals where all sorts of enmity and malign thoughts are directed at the listener. If truth be told, it's pretty damn disturbing in a way that only the English can do. You won't find any hilarity here - nor guitars or drums for that matter. At the Bottom of my Dreams' - being the last track, lurks even further into the depths
Contrastate - No Eden Without Annihilation LP+CD.
- - Active from the late 1980s through to the present day Contrastate follow up their last studio album "A breeding ground for flies" with this the sister release "No Eden without annihilation". The tracks were performed live at various venues across Europe between 2012 and 2014. Theirs is a sonic soundtrack to an apocalyptic world that is hypnotic, yet still full of dynamic sounds and shifts
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Eden is a concept album released in 2011 by the German band Faun. The album covers many different topics such as Greek mythology, including "Hymn to Pan" about the Greek god of the same name. Other songs deal with other mythologies: The lyrics of "Arcadia" are from an ancient Finnish poem honoring the forest-god. Lvpercalia" is about the ancient Roman festival, "Iduna" is about the Norse deity, and "Adam Lay Ybounden" and "Golden Apples" both concern the biblical narrative of the Garden of Eden.
|A-2||Return Of Son Of Sam||8:25|
|B-1||Speak In Tongues||7:57|
|B-3||Have You Heard The Good News?||7:40|
|CD2||Return Of Son Of Sam||8:25|
|CD4||Speak In Tongues||7:57|
|CD6||Have You Heard The Good News?||7:40|