Spleen and Ideal

Dead Can Dance - Spleen and Ideal
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1985 Ratings: #13
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September 1, 1985 / Release Date
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tha138
72
Inspired by the poesie of Charles Baudelaire, the duo sets the hypnotic environment to practise its mystical ceremonie.
Approach slowly!
80
Dead Can Dance is coming ! the second album leave the rock/wave influences to start a complex orchestration and arrangements. Looks like a movie soundtrack
DachetG
75
This was an interesting album, as if someone took moody music, pulled some Indian / Asian music stylings, and recorded it all in a castle or an opera house. There was a large, overblown feel to the music as if everything they did was epic and grand and weighty, but I didn’t get any of that. It was dark and atmospheric, but beyond the second song, I found little to enjoy.
rosevean
82
#1 De Profundis (Out Of The Depths Of Sorrow)
#2 Ascension (Remastered)
#6 Enigma Of The Absolute
#7 Advent
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