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Category: Doom Metal
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Fifth full-length release. First album without violinist Martin. A sever departure from their previous style. They return to the style with their 6th album, The Light at the End of the World.
|1. ||The Whore, The Cook and the Mother ||11.58:|
|2. ||The Stance of Evander Sinque ||5.31:|
|3. ||Der Uberlebende ||7.38:|
|4. ||Heroin Chic ||8.03:|
|5. ||Apocalypse Woman ||7.37:|
|6. ||Base Level Erotica ||9.54:|
|7. ||Under Your Wings and Into Your Arms ||5.57:|
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|Total Running Time:|| 54.0133333333333:46|
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Existing comments about this CD
|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: November 19, 2014 at 17:08|
|Monotonous record to be honest..."Under Your Wings And Into Your Arms" is probably the most enthusiastic song in here...the rest quite dull...50/100
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: September 19, 2017 at 13:48|
|This is nobody's favorite My Dying Bride album, except maybe for Martin Popoff, and he's a contrarian anyway. Most of the ire seems to center on "Heroin Chic," an uncharacteristic electronic/ambient number with unusually (very) vulgar lyrics (even if they're heavily censored) for a band known for its dark but flowery poetry. I actually enjoy this song just for the sheer disturbing-ness of it. But no, not a song that's representative of the band's style. The more typical numbers are okay, but I wouldn't recommend this as anyone's first MDB album. (I actually think the most recent album, "Feel The Misery" is pretty great.)
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