Dead Can Dance: Into The Labyrinth

SKU: 31117395
Dead Can Dance: Into The Labyrinth

Dead Can Dance: Into The Labyrinth

SKU: 31117395

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: Into The Labyrinth
Artist: Dead Can Dance
Label: 4Ad
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 652637362114
Genre: Rock

Double vinyl LP pressing, comes with brand new cover artwork and an altered track sequence. Brendan Perry and Lisa Gerrard are Dead Can Dance. Their music began as collages made from musical lineages, lost tribes and cultures long since forgotten - and by giving new life to so much from the past, they created a genuinely timeless body of work. They shared vocal responsibilities, and while Perry was certainly capable of haunting subtleties and real sonority as a singer, it was more often Gerrard's rhapsodic vocalizing that drew the attention of critics and fans. In a sense, Gerrard didn't simply sing for Dead Can Dance: she made sounds with her voice, and turned that experience into something much larger and more far-ranging than mere singing. Into The Labyrinth (1993) is Dead Can Dance's sixth album. One of their most successful releases, it's title a reference to the Greek legend of Theseus going into the Labyrinth to slay the Minotaur. It came when Perry and Gerrard had embarked on more individual personal paths, now writing their songs independent of one another, and on separate continents. Engineered and produced by Brendan at his Quivvy Church studio in Ireland, the album is an audiophile benchmark and is also noted for being their first without any guests, instead they played all the instruments.

1.1 Yulunga (Spirit Dance)
1.2 The Ubiquitous Mr. Lovegrove
1.3 The Wind That Shakes the Barley
1.4 The Carnival Is Over
1.5 Ariadne
1.6 Saldek
1.7 Towards the Within
1.8 Tell Me About the Forest
1.9 The Spider's Stratagem
1.10 Emmeleia
1.11 How Fortunate the Man with None
1.12 Bird
1.13 Spirit
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