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Moloch - Человечье слишком овечье
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Человечье слишком овечье


Release date:
December 29th, 2006
Catalog ID:
Version desc.:
Limited edition
Smell the Stench
200 copies
1 review (avg. 100%)
Side A
1. Клеймом судьбы 665,9 12:47   instrumental
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Side B
2. Смрад язвожизни 17:29   instrumental
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Band members
Sergiy Fjordsson All instruments, Field recordings
Miscellaneous staff
Alexander Remastering (stereo)
Sergiy Fjordsson Mastering (mono), Recording, Layout
Sergiy Fjordsson All instruments, Field recordings
Alexander Remastering (stereo)
Sergiy Fjordsson Mastering (mono), Recording, Layout
Read Moloch- Humane Too Sheeps 100% hailmarduk666 April 15th, 2009

Comes on cassette with one-sided, photocopied covers. Hand-numbered.

All inlay photos were taken in the old Grobnik cemetery in Rivne, Ukraine, and showcase one of the oldest trees in this area, known as "the Black Tree", due to it having been struck by lightning many times.

Due to it containing an untranslatable consonance between the words, "человечье" and "овечье", it is difficult to correctly translate the album title into English. On some editions, it's incorrectly translated as "Humane Too Sheeps", with the intended translation being, "Humanity is like a sheep herd".

Recording information:

This is the first official full-length Moloch album, as well as the first attempt at experiments with sound. Done in a style reminiscent of drone/noise/ambient, the album was recorded in the beginning of 2003, on a reel-to-reel/open-reel (audio) tape recorder, in mono mode. Other equipment used includes the electric guitar, bass, pedals, the Polivoks (an analog, duophonic synthesizer, manufactured in the Soviet Union) and old Soviet microphones.

This was a live recording of the sessions in the dungeons of Tarakanov Fortress. All sounds represent a real-time-experiment, complemented by the natural background acoustics and atmosphere of the open space. Mastered at Moloch Studio, Ukraine in 2003 and remastered in stereo at A.M.F. Studios, Bulgaria in 2006.

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