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...Taur-Nu-Fuin...

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Type:
Full-length
Release date:
September 10th, 1994
Catalog ID:
EBLIS 001
Version desc.:
Pro-Tape
Label:
Astral Wings Records
Format:
Cassette
Reviews:
3 reviews (avg. 76%)
Side A
1. Intro 00:57  
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2. In the Black Clouds of War 06:23  
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3. The Ancient Order 05:17  
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4. Gammadion 07:45  
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Side B
5. Weltmacht Oder Niedergang 05:04  
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6. Meine Ehre Heisst Treue 02:09   instrumental
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7. Cathari Sects 06:22  
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8. Outro 04:07   instrumental
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  38:04  
Anextiomarus (R.I.P. 2004) Guitars, Vocals
Rob Darken Keyboards
Capricornus Drums
Read I like them, but I do not... 60% BlackMetalDevastator March 17th, 2012
Read By the underground, for the... 89% Pestbesmittad March 7th, 2008
Read Raw Ambiental? 80% Paskkal March 9th, 2006

Recorded during 8-10 of September, 1994, at Wrocław Isengard Studio. Engineered by Infernum.

Original MC version released in 1994, CD version comes out in 1995 in very limited quantity (EBLIS001). The most widely available versions are two (quite well-made) bootlegs, a CD version from the October of 1999 and a latter CD-R version. The CD-R can be recognised by the pixellated print on the top surface of the disc and the banding in the photos in the booklet. The '99 CD version can be recognised by the pixellated band photos but the disc is almost the same as the original, but the original '95 disc has the Eblis 001 label on the bottom of the disc, while the bootleg version contains the release date as 10/99.

In some versions track 5 is mispelled as "Weltmacht oder Nidergang".

LP version released in 2003 by Sombre Records, limited to 400 copies.

CD version re-released in 2004 by Supernal Music.

Taur-nu-Fuin is the name of a forest in Tolkien's Middle Earth universe, meaning "The Forest under Nightshade".

LP re-released by No Colours Records in 2012 including the "Damned Majesty"-Promo.

Re-released on Tape by Night Birds Records.

Recording information:

Recorded during 8-10 of September, 1994, at Wrocław Isengard Studio. Engineered by Infernum.

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