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|1.||"Sea Borne" (6:44)|
|2.||"Liberator Of Minds" (4:58)|
|3.||"Dance Of The Bacchantes" (4:55)|
|1.||"The Mountain" (5:28)|
|2.||"The Invocation" (4:53)|
|3.||"The Forest" (4:58)|
|1.||"Act I: Sea Borne/Liberator Of Mind/Dance Of The Bacchantes"|
|2.||"Act II: The Mountain/The Invocation/The Forest/Psychopomp"|
The legendary Dead Can Dance return with their first studio album in six years! Coming from a school of Australian music pioneers that include Severed Heads and Essendon Airport among their class, this latest missive sees the duo maintain their psychedelic, exotic and mystic sound, with hints of witchcraft and ritualisms eternally abound. The album pays homage to Dionysus, Greek God of wine, fertility and religious ecstasy, and naturally the album oozes these qualities itself. Across the LP Brendan Perry plys his hand to a mass of instruments heard as otherworldly to the west, with a specific set stemming from the Balkans with an ensemble use of zournas, gadulkas and gaidas. Meanwhile Lisa Gerrad's exquisite voice remains as haunting as it ever was, be up front in the mix or lurking amongst the album's lush atmospheres. The Dead Can Still Dance.
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