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Pale Folklore

Agalloch

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
June 6th, 1999
Catalog ID:
TE-010
Label:
The End Records
Format:
CD
Reviews:
18 reviews (avg. 83%)
1. She Painted Fire Across the Skyline, Part 1 08:35   Show lyrics
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2. She Painted Fire Across the Skyline, Part 2 03:09   Show lyrics
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3. She Painted Fire Across the Skyline, Part 3 07:09   Show lyrics
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4. The Misshapen Steed 04:54   instrumental
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5. Hallways of Enchanted Ebony 09:59   Show lyrics
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6. Dead Winter Days 07:51   Show lyrics
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7. As Embers Dress the Sky 08:04   Show lyrics
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8. The Melancholy Spirit 12:25   Show lyrics
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Band members
John Haughm Vocals, Guitars, Drums
Shane Breyer Keyboards
Don Anderson Guitar
Jason William Walton Bass
Miscellaneous staff
Ronn Chick Engineering, Producer
John Haughm Producer, Photography (nature), Photo manipulation, Layout
Aaron Sholes Photography (band)
John Haughm Vocals, Guitars, Drums
Shane Breyer Keyboards
Don Anderson Guitar
Jason William Walton Bass
Ronn Chick Engineering, Producer
John Haughm Producer, Photography (nature), Photo manipulation, Layout
Aaron Sholes Photography (band)
Read Pale Indeed 40% Kveldulfr March 1st, 2014
Read Smoky Autumn Landscapes 93% dystopia4 October 12th, 2013
Read Superb in all respects 85% erebuszine April 12th, 2013
Read A Swansong for Mankind 95% TowardsMorthond August 16th, 2012
Read Agalloch - Pale Folklore 70% ConorFynes April 21st, 2011
Read The Pinnacle of Agalloch. 90% Perplexed_Sjel August 14th, 2010
Read Worth a listen 85% Nameless_Rites December 14th, 2009
Read There lies a hidden beauty... 95% linkavitch June 17th, 2009
Read Imperfect, but Excellent. 79% Charcaroth January 3rd, 2009
Read Of Ebony & Oak 95% Grimmenfrost October 22nd, 2008
Read Addictive. 100% Gidet June 25th, 2008
Read Has Potential, but goes... 50% Damnation_Terminated January 22nd, 2008
Read Pale Forests, Dark Landscapes. 81% hells_unicorn October 10th, 2007
Read Dead Winter Days 71% OzzyApu April 6th, 2007
Read Let's Take a Walk Through... 100% woeoftyrants April 5th, 2007
Read Extremely Overrated, but... 75% caspian September 26th, 2006
Read Debut albums couldn't get... 100% IcemanJ256 November 8th, 2004
Read Wintery forests and gloomy... 95% MacMoney November 7th, 2002

Band, the door, and wood panel photography by Aaron Sholes.
Breyer photo by Sherry Breyer.
All nature photography by John Haughm.
Photo manipulation and layout by John Haughm, Dennis Berasimenko and Sergen Makhotkin.

She Painted Fire Across the Skyline is counted as one track on the release (18:54), therefore some sources may say the album only has 6 tracks.
It depends from person to person, site to site.

Released on Vinyl in October & November 2005 via Profound Lore Records. The standard vinyl blue DLP release in November was preceded by a commemorative ultra-limited edition collectors vinyl release sold exclusively at the Day of the Equinox Festival.

White/Blue splatter wax limited to 100 copies (including those featured in the wooden box), blue wax limited to 400 copies.

Wooden box edition limited to only 60 hand-numbered (by Agalloch mastermind John Haughm) copies. The details for the special vinyl edition are as follows:

- Wooden jackets are made of fresh fine pine wood
- 30 Wooden jackets are personally stained with Olde Maple Gloss
- 30 personally stained with traditional Classic Oak Gloss
- The “Pale Folklore” insignia laser-etched in lavish Fette Fraktur font on the front of the wooden case
- Double LP presented in a limited white vinyl with a wintery-blue splatter (as opposed to the regular blue vinyl released early November)
- Six original and authentically developed photo prints chosen by John Haughm himself. Each photo represents a song on the album, is personally labeled, and is paired up in two’s and presented in different print sizes (5 x 7, 4 x 6, and 4 x 12 panoramic format)

Left: CD cover, right: LP cover.

Recording information:

Recorded between January-February 1999 at Soundtracks.
Mixed in March 1999 at Soundtracks.

Identifiers:

Barcode: 6 54436 00102 7
Matrix/Runout: COLOR DEPOT CD03212-01
IFPI code: LJ86

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