Perdition City

Ulver - Perdition City
Critic Score
Based on 2 reviews
User Score
Based on 86 ratings
2000 Ratings: #47
Liked by 5 people
March 26, 2000 / Release Date
LP / Format
Jester / Label
Ylwizaker, Audun Strype / Producer
Electronic / Genres
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CRITIC REVIEWS

26
Pitchfork
Ulver is frightening like a made-for-TV horror movie is frightening. Ulver makes music for people who want to convince themselves that they dig creepy music without ever having to worry about nervously glancing over their shoulder or feeling their pulse rise.
MrMclainy
91
pitchfork y'all a bunch of crackheads
KezeOfficial
75
Pitchfork gave this a what?
Ban critics 2020
59
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amygoodall
80
good
95
Ridiculously underappreciated album. I guess due to their abrupt shift in style: those who were into Ulver during their "black metal" stretch were probably baffled by the change of their music and gave it extremely low rating, but those who got into Ulver during their "electronic" years I'm sure still consider it one of the best electronic albums as I do.
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