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3.92 | 6 ratings | 1 reviews | 20% 5 stars

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Live, released in 2003

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Halo (3:15)
2. Alone (6:27)
3. Mary Waits In Silence (3:10)
4. Calling For Vanished Faces II (5:05)
5. The Signs In The Stars (3:11)
6. All This World Makes Great Blood (3:47)
7. Good Morning, Great Moloch (3:57)
8. Whilst The Night Rejoices Profound And Still (4:27)
9. 5 Hypnagogue 5 (2:40)
10. A Silence Song (5:45)
11. Sleep Has His House (3:33)
12. 4 Hypnagogue 4 (4:00)
13. Fields Of Rape (3:10)
14. So: This Empire Is Nothing (3:30)
15. The Death Of The Corn (4:12)
16. Locust (5:43)

Total time: 65:52

Line-up / Musicians

- David Tibet / vocals
- Michael Cashmore / guitar, bass
- Maja Elliott / piano
- Joe Budenholzer / guitar
- Graham Jeffery / piano
- Joolie Wood / violin, whistle, recorder
- John Contreras / cello
- Karl Blake / vocals
- Finn Sands / vocals
- Michael Lawrence / sound

Releases information

CD Durtro DURTRO0903CD (2003) UK
CD Durtro Jnana DURTROJNANA1977CD (2005) CA
CD Durtro Soyuz (2006) Russia

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CURRENT 93 Halo ratings distribution

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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(20%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(60%)
Good, but non-essential (0%)
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Review by Warthur
4 stars Don't let the Moody Blues tribute on the cover fool you - this isn't Current 93 going prog so much as a wild career- spanning live set ranging from their recent piano-focused torch song sound through their neofolk era to almost quasi- industrial moments. There's an amazingly emotive rendition of Sleep Has His House which transforms the epic ambient original into a concise neofolk statement of grief, there's occasional keyboard treatments and other sounds giving things a bit more of an industrial spin at times than we have been used to in post-1980s Current 93 live material, and in general it's a wild ride through all the different sonic spheres David Tibet and his allies have visited over the years.

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