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Agalloch > The Demonstration Archive: 1996-1998
Agalloch - The Demonstration Archive: 1996-1998
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The Demonstration Archive: 1996-1998

Agalloch

Type:
Compilation
Release date:
August 4th, 2008
Catalog ID:
Kunsthaus 1
Label:
Licht Von Dämmerung
Format:
CD
Reviews:
2 reviews (avg. 58%)
1. The Wilderness 11:18   Show lyrics
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2. As Embers Dress the Sky 08:00   Show lyrics
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3. This Old Cabin 13:18   Show lyrics
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4. Of Stone, Wind and Pillor 07:01   Show lyrics
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5. Foliorum Viridium 02:41   instrumental
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6. Haunting Birds 03:45   instrumental
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7. Hallways of Enchanted Ebony 07:30   Show lyrics
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8. The Melancholy Spirit 08:42   Show lyrics
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Miscellaneous staff
John Haughm Design
Michael Lastra Engineering
Ronn Chick Engineering
John Haughm Design
Michael Lastra Engineering
Ronn Chick Engineering
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Tracks 1-3 taken from "From Which of This Oak" (Omits "Foliorum Viridum")
Tracks 4-6 taken from "Of Stone, Wind and Pillor" (Omits "Kneel to the Cross" (Sol Invictus cover) and "A Poem by Yeats", which were recorded later (circa 2001) than the songs included here, which themselves were from an unreleased EP recorded in 1998)
Tracks 7-8 taken from "Promo 1998"

Artwork by Gustave Doré & Albrecht Dürer.
Compiled by John Haughm & Ronn Chick. Engineered by Michael Lastra (tracks 1 to 6), Ronn Chick (tracks 7 and 8).

"All the material was taken from the original analog sources. Aside from some slight mastering to keep the songs at an even volume, nothing was edited or polished. This collection includes a 12-page booklet with notes, era-related artwork, and never-before seen photos from a January 1998 session."

Released by Eisenwald Tonschmiede as 3 LP Box (7", 10", 12" Vinyl).

Added by: MasterOfDisharmony Modified by: PurpleDoom
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