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4.00 | 7 ratings | 1 reviews | 0% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2010

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. I Dreamt I Was Ĉon (6:52)
2. With Flowers In The Garden Of Fires (4:09)
3. December 1971 (4:35)
4. Baalstorm! Baalstorm! (6:27)
5. Passenger Aleph In Name (4:40)
6. Tanks Of Flies (3:19)
7. The Nudes Lift Shields For War (5:31)
8. Night! Death! Storm! Omega! (3:50)
9. I Dance Narcoleptic (10:37)

Total time: 50:00

Line-up / Musicians

- David "Tibet" Bunting / voice, composer, mixing
- Melon Liles / vocals
- Bea Taylor / voice
- Isabel Taylor / voice
- Andrew Liles / guitar, bass, electronics, mixing & mastering
- James Blackshaw / electric, slide & 12-string guitars, glockenspiel, voice
- Baby Dee / piano, Hammond
- John Contreras / cello
- Eliot Bates / oud, drum
- Alex Neilson/ drums, percussion

Releases information

Artwork: David Tibet and Paul Jackson

CD Coptic Cat ‎- NIFE 010CD (2010, UK)

LP Coptic Cat ‎- NIFE 010V (2010, UK)

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Review by Warthur
4 stars The third part of the trilogy that began with Black Ships Ate the Sky and continued through Aleph at Hallucinatory Mountain returns to neofolk after the second album's diversion into psychedelic rock, but it's a rather different flavour of folk this time around, possibly because of the absence of Michael Cashmore who had been such a major presence from the early 1990s onwards in Current 93's folk-oriented works. A little more threadbare, a little more countrified, a little more keen on gentle harmony, pieces like Tanks of Flies in particular could pass as indie folk in the Iron and Wine sort of vein. An interesting stylistic shift.

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