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Boxset/Compilation, released in 2007

Songs / Tracks Listing

01. Случайностью станет твой взгляд feat. Skandy 21
02. Обрывая последние нити feat. Annie Red Hat
03. Небо и Земля feat. Eresh
04. Жрица feat. Estella
05. До рассвета осталось 2 дняfeat. Skandy 21
06. Nothing is a Real feat. J.Kay
07. Невозможно Искусство feat. Eresh
08. Путь к Руинам feat. Skandy 21
09. Реинкарнация feat. Annie Red Hat
10. Laba Ozu Po feat. Lefthander
11. Царица ночи feat. MUZA
12. Dark Goodes feat. Annie Red Hat
13. China Theater feat. Den Pa
14. Случайностью станет твой взгляд (remix) feat. Skandy 21

Total Time 1:06:03

Line-up / Musicians

- Senmuth / Guitars, Programming

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self released

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Review by Conor Fynes
3 stars 'Life Of Songs' - Senmuth (Compilation)

Essentially a best-of compilation for all of Senmuth's heavier material up to this point, judgng from the huge amount of albums from this act, a compilation or two is a very welcome prospect. With dozens of albums already available for download, it can appear overwhelming for a newcomer to get into the music of this vast Russian one man project. While I'm not usually for the concept of best-of compilations and feel that they usually detract from the experience of an album, the idea seems to work well in Senmuth's case. However, the reality of this particular product is that while naturally being a better place to start a trek with Senmuth with than the average album, it certainly does not reflect the most successful material from the first three years of the project's activity.

The best way to describe 'Life Of Songs' would be not as a best-of compilation, but a collection of the collaborations Senmuth has done with other artists over the course of three years. While there's a big dimension of Senmuth's music missing here, I would agree that some of his most effective work was with other singers, and for that fact alone, this is worth checking out. However, anyone new to the work of Senmuth should understand that this is not at all reflective of Senmuth's work in general; while the mainstay of the tracks here revolve around Senmuth's hyperactive industrial metal sound, he has been known to go in a much more progressive and ambient direction as of late.

That is really the biggest issue with 'Life Of Songs,' while many of the songs here would be considered some of his best work, there's so much of Senmuth's material that is instrumental, or mellow in nature that easily outdoes the majority of tracks here. With that in mind, this cannot be considered the definitive best-of compilation from this Russian project, but perhaps moreso just an interesting crash course to get a listener into the vast span of work that Senmuth has to offer.

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