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34.788%... Complete

My Dying Bride

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
October 6th, 1998
Catalog ID:
CDVILE 74
Label:
Peaceville Records
Format:
CD
Reviews:
7 reviews (avg. 77%)
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2. The Stance of Evander Sinque 05:31   Show lyrics
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3. Der Ɯberlebende 07:38   Show lyrics
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4. Heroin Chic 08:04   Show lyrics
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5. Apocalypse Woman 07:37   Show lyrics
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6. Base Level Erotica 09:54   Show lyrics
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7. Under Your Wings and into Your Arms 05:58   Show lyrics
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Band members
Aaron Vocals
Andrew Guitars
Calvin Guitars
Ade Bass
Bill Drums
Guest/Session
Michelle Richfield Vocals (on "Heroin Chic")
Keith Appleton Keyboards
Miscellaneous staff
Mags Producer, Engineering, Mixing
Calvin Robertshaw Producer (assistant), Engineering (assistant), Mixing
Stevie Clow Engineering (assistant)
James Anderson Engineering (assistant)
Aaron Vocals
Andrew Guitars
Calvin Guitars
Ade Bass
Bill Drums
Michelle Richfield Vocals (on "Heroin Chic")
Keith Appleton Keyboards
Mags Producer, Engineering, Mixing
Calvin Robertshaw Producer (assistant), Engineering (assistant), Mixing
Stevie Clow Engineering (assistant)
James Anderson Engineering (assistant)
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Read 34.788%... Complete garbage 34% Sean16 April 9th, 2006

The album's title was derived from a dream guitarist Calvin Robertshaw had where he was told the human race had a limited lifespan on earth, 34.788% of which had already expired.

The album was dedicated in memory of Richard Jackson (1940-1997) for his fatherly guidance and love.

Bonus track for Japan:
8. Follower (5:12)

Released on tape by Metal Mind Records (MASS 0670).

Re-released in 2001 as slipcase CD and in 2003 on digipack.

Recording information:

Recorded at Academy Studios, Dewsbury, West Yorkshire, England.
Mixed at Chapel Studios, Lincoln, in Summer 1998.

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