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This one isn’t upcoming, it seems to have slipped past me entirely last year. Listening to it now on streaming and will see how much I needed multiple mixes of the same songs (though excited to hear the live tracks as I saw them on that tour and they were unreal).
Give me Jerusalem on CD any day.
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Planning on picking this up myself. The other Coil reissues on Dais have been great, in my experience!Just got my copy of Coil’s Constant Shallowness Leads to Evil on Dais Records. I have the original CD version but love that they’ve used the geometric art that Coil used for projections on this tour, looks amazing on an LP sleeve. Probably a niche choice but if you like the sounds of analogue synthesisers regurgitating into each other over a marimba backing while John Balance delivers some of his best shamanic lyrics, dive right in. The last track is a monster and is a Father Ted reference which was unexpected at the time.
Constant Shallowness Leads To EvilThighpaulsandra characterizes Constant Shallowness as “an exercise in brutality,” born from a thorny patch of his Serge modular unit that Peter Christopherson found entrancing.www.daisrecords.com
Symposium reformed and are playing some gigs and releasing a best of and their stuff is finally on streaming. Honestly not sure how to feel about it but hey, 1997 forever
Farewell to Twilight still absolutely rules, Bury You is still the whiniest bit of self-pity I've ever heard. In retrospect I guess they were inventing a particularly British form of Emo that never really went anywhere.
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