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Oblivion Clock

Virus

Type:
EP
Release date:
December 1st, 2012
Catalog ID:
N/A
Label:
Duplicate Records
Format:
Unknown
Reviews:
2 reviews (avg. 88%)
1. Oblivion Clock 05:47  
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2. Inverted Escape 04:04  
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3. The Pull of the Crater 05:16  
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4. Gaslight Exit 03:13  
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5. Saturday Night Virus 04:17  
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6. Seen in the Sediments 05:42  
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7. Shutout (The Walker Brothers cover) 03:11  
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Band members
Einar Sjursø Drums
Czral Vocals, Guitars
Guest/Session
Plenum Bass on 1, 5.
Bård Bass on 7
Bjeima Bass on 2, 3, 6, Keyboards, samples
Miscellaneous staff
Zweizz Lyris of Saturday Night Virus
Einz Artwork, Producer
Bjeima Producer
Czral Producer
Einar Sjursø Drums
Czral Vocals, Guitars
Plenum Bass on 1, 5.
Bård Bass on 7
Bjeima Bass on 2, 3, 6, Keyboards, samples
Zweizz Lyris of Saturday Night Virus
Einz Artwork, Producer
Bjeima Producer
Czral Producer
Read A Discordant, Virulent... 85% LefterisK January 28th, 2014
Read Virus (nor) - Oblivion Clock 90% Avestriel January 25th, 2013

Label blurb: "EP comprising four exclusive tracks that were recorded at various locations and times and were completed just recently. The CD also includes the much sought after "die hard" 7" tracks that came with only 250 copies of the Agent...LP + an obscure track from the Carheart sessions in a hitherto unreleased version. Playing time apx. 32 minutes. Packaged in a lavish, 6-panel digifile designed by Einz."

The working title of 'Oblivion Clock' was 'Flux the Fluent'. Partially recorded during the VBE 2006 sessions.

Other tracks recorded, but not released on this or other Virus releases:
- 'Saturday Night Virus' (one version with Czral on vocals, the other featuring Garm - one of these included on Oblivion Clock)
- 'As Virulent As You' with a different opening
- 'Strange Calm' with a different first riff (also recorded by Calle alone in a different version in 2005)
- 'Lost Peacocks' (recorded late 2006 for a 7" that was scrapped)
- 'Liquid Silence' (new version of 'Sex and Violence', for the same scrapped 7"; parts were later incorporated into the track 'The Agent That Shapes the Desert')

Added by: falchenr Modified by: Tueur
Added on: 2012-12-01 10:27:14 Last modified on: 2014-01-04 12:04:02
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