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Rozz Williams - Every King A Bastard Son herunterladen Darsteller: Rozz Williams
Titel: Every King A Bastard Son
Stil: Industrial, Experimental
Etikett: Cleopatra
# Cat: CLP 5853-2
Freigegeben: 1992
Land: US
FLAC album: 2466 mb
MP3 album: 2207 mb
Bewertung: 4.7
Genre: Elektronische


1Mind Fuck (Soundtrack To A Murder / Young Blood Mix)4:51
3The Beast (Invocation)6:10
4To He Who Shall Come After (Mystic Fragments)4:47
5Walls / Voices
Keyboards – Paris
7The Evil Ones3:27
8No Soldier (Cloak Of Shit)8:12


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
CLEO58532Rozz Williams Every King A Bastard Son ‎(CD, Album)CleopatraCLEO58532US1992



Tracklist: 00:00 Whorse 03:42 Mind Fuck Soundtrack to a Murder 08:42 The Beast Invocation 14:52 Currents 19:00 To He Who Shall Come After The King a Bastard Son is the debut solo album by Rozz Williams, formerly of deathrock band Christian Death. It was released on October 16, 1992. It was described by reviewer Benjamin Harper as alternatingly demonic, melancholic and tragic. He described The Evil Ones as a track of special note. Authors for alternative music magazine Trouser Press described the album's lyrics as the most hair-raising poetry likely to be encountered outside a satanic cult read-in. Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей. Every King a Bastard Son. Your Rating. Overview . Rozz Williams : Every King a Bastard Son,альбом, рецезия, трек-лист, mp3, тексты песен. Listen free to Rozz Williams Every King a Bastard Son Whorse, Mind Fuck Soundtrack to a Murder and more. 8 tracks 41:31. Rozz Williams born November 6, 1963 in Pomona California, died April 1, 1998 in West Hollywood, California was the lead singer and founder of Christian Death. Other projects he started in read more. Other projects he started included Shadow Project and Premature Ejaculatio read more. Features Song Lyrics for Rozz Williams's Every King a Bastard Son album. Includes Album Cover, Release Year, and User to Rozz Williams Radio featuring songs from Every King a Bastard Son free online. Слушать бесплатное интернет-радио, спорт, музыку, новости, разговорное и подкасты. События в прямом эфире, трансляции игр NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL, университетских команд и матчи Премьер-лиги. CNN, MSNBC, Fox News, ESPN, BBC, NPR. On this page you can download Rozz Williams albums and mp3 songs compilations for free without registration. songs count. All10 Album3 EP1 Group Compilation1. Live2 OST1 Compilation2. Goth Oddity. Gothic Rock New Wave. A Dark Cabaret. Every King A Bastard Son. Top artists. ВКонтакте универсальное средство для общения и поиска друзей и одноклассников, которым ежедневно пользуются десятки миллионов человек. Мы хотим, чтобы друзья, однокурсники, одноклассники, соседи

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I'm not that familiar with CHRISTIAN DEATH but know that ROZZ & his words are regarded by most to be genius. This, his spoken word album uses images so intensely black & pointedly death- related that I can only assume he's also in possession of a delightful dark humour. Specifically dark is the opening track "Whorse" which opens on neighing horse before settling into a warped version of the Funeral March dirge with muffled heartbeat. Over this ROZZ reads his bizarre black prose - lines like 'There's A Strange Creature Living On My Arm' & 'There Are Black Souls Beneath Me And All The Mirrors Lie Broken' might give you some idea of the content. "Mind Fuck (Soundtrack To A Murder/Young Blood Mix)" opens with flanged guitar upon which builds a doomy-dirge of distorted boss while what sounds like a spade digging a woodland grave accompanies the swirl of Industrial noise. The words are dark & obsessive as any coldly deranged criminal's. "The Beast (Invocation)" reminds me a little of CONTRASTATE circa "A Thousand Badgers In Labour" - based around what is a dark, cold ambient environmental sound (as if a stream or sea heard from within a dark, damp cave) later joined by banging - not of a drummer, but of someone trapped within the cell, frantic to escape, heard by no-one. Sounds within it remind me a lot of THROBBING GRISTLE circa "After Cease To Exist" - minimal but chilling & almost viral. "Currents" builds up on the voices of giggling children, utilising cold, sharp piano patterns while ROZZ reads out his words such as 'In My Miserable Existance/I Have Learned To Be The God Of Darkness'. It's an essay in self- indulgent madness, of a man driven (by himself) over the edge & into the darkest abyss. "He Who Shall Come After (Mystic Fragments)" opens with the sound of falling water & a lone, solo violin which might have been stolen from an old Frankenstein film. Over this ROZZ speaks in slightly muffled drama, moving further into the dark recesses of obsessive dementia. "The Evil Ones" is a more passive, almost whispered piece, sounding as if sanity had found brief respite within him, while the fabric of reality without contorted into the myriad shapes of demons & horrors, mad laughter & wild instruments poking bony fingers at the psyche, taunting it back into the black enveloping arms of madness, seducing it once more with the limitless promise of life without morals, repressions or rules. "No Soldier (Cloak Of Shit)" starts with the sounds of an army, soon superceded by a more mellow yet no less disquieting sound. A distorted voice adds shimmering chill to the sound, punctuating the air like a steel claw punching through supple child-skin. A tale of darkness, held suspended in cold wreaths of chill horror. "Walls/Voices" closes the album, combining the sound of scraping stone with abstract cello which tries its best to reflect the madness of the man for whom this album is a dialogue of decline. It fluctuates from minimalism to dense cacophony of noise, this reminds me a little of WHALEMAN' s album with the cold black nightmare atmosphere of LULL's "Dreamt About Dreaming".
Not all the words spoken appear in the booklet, but enough for you to enjoy these recordings to the full. A deliberately chilling album painted in dark hues. Not an album to listen to if you want pleasant dreams, but a good soundtrack for those who want to Lucid Dream Into BOSCH-like landscapes.

Originally reviewed for Soft Watch.