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Themes from William Blake's The Marriage of Heaven and Hell
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Category: Electronic Metal
Label: Jester Records
Catalog Number: TRICK001
Trickster G. generation|
Tore Ylwizaker programming
Havard Jorgensen guitars
E. Lancelot drums
Hugh Stephen James Mingay bass guitar
Knut Magne Valle cables, wires, and various sound contributions
Her (Stine Grytoyr) female vocals
Falch vinyl scratching
Ihsahn, Samoth, Fenriz additional vocals on A Song of Liberty
Fourth release. Quite a deviation from their roots.
|1. ||Disc1The Argument (Plate 2) ||4:03|
|2. ||Plate 3 ||2:48|
|3. ||Plate 3 (Continued) ||1:33|
|4. ||The Voice of the Devil (Plate 4) ||2:49|
|5. ||Plates 5-6 ||2:31|
|6. ||A Memorable Fancy (Plates 6-7) ||4:24|
|7. ||Proverbs of Hell (Plates 7-10) ||9:06|
|8. ||Plate 11 ||2:01|
|9. ||Intro ||3:26|
|10. ||A memorable Fancy (Plates 12-13) ||5:59|
|11. ||Plate 14 ||2:08|
|12. ||A Memorable Fancy (Plate 15) ||4:51|
|13. ||Plates 16-17 ||3:17|
| || |
|Total Running Time:  ||48:56|
|14. ||A Memorable Fancy (Plates 17-20) ||11:23|
|15. ||Intro ||2:27|
|16. ||Plates 21-22 ||3:11|
|17. ||A Memorable Fancy (Plates 22-24) ||4:50|
|18. ||Intro ||3:59|
|19. ||A Song of Liberty (Plates 25-27) ||26:23|
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|Total Running Time:|| 52:13|
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||Date: April 1, 2002 at 21:50|
|In memory of William Blake is respectable and some songs are memorable. This album is what brings Ulver into their newest realm of music which is sometimes interesting and memerable. It is mostly industrial-rock-trip hop.
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