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BRÜDER DES SCHATTENS - SÖHNE DES LICHTS

Popol Vuh

 

Krautrock

3.48 | 42 ratings

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Mr. Punch
4 stars The title track (which translates to "Brother of Darkness, Son of Light") is absolutely incredible and hypnotic, and makes this worth owning. It starts as a haunting and ominous piece, and eventually builds into something brighter and more peaceful (hence the title).

The other 3 songs are lovely as well, but nowhere near the brilliance of the first song. As a whole this is a minimalistic and atmospheric album, but I'd certainly consider it progressive work. The newest CD release has a bonus track that's a re-recording of Sing, For Song Drives Away The Wolves . It's a nice bonus, but doesn't really fit the mood of the rest of the album.

Mr. Punch | 4/5 |

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