Ammer* / Einheit* Mit Pan Sonic Und Gry / Günter Rüger ‎– Frost 79° 40'

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FM 4.5.1 ‎– 9185-2
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CD
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Tracklist

1 Ice I (Whiteout) 1:59
2 2 Briefe Und 1 Telegramm 0:39
3 Männer Ohne Frauen 3:03
4 Tryggve Gran Remembers (Part 1) 1:35
5 Mittwinter 1:16
6 A Small Green Tent And A Great White Road 2:54
7 Camp 1 To 13 1:23
8 Dinge Im One Ton Depot 1:08
9 Camp 14 To 36 2:30
10 Ice II (Amundsen) 1:00
11 Three Degree Depot 2:15
12 Camp 69 To The Pole 1:43
13 Ice III (Zum Beweis) 1:15
14 Things At The Pole 1:23
15 There Is Very Little That Is Different 2:26
16 From Pole To Death (Part 1) 3:43
17 You Are Freezing 1:15
18 From Pole To Death (Part 2) 3:07
19 Ice IV (Killing Effect) 0:58
20 May Be Some Time 2:31
21 Iceland 5:24
22 Last Entry 3:03
23 Things Still At One Ton Depot 1:05
24 Tryggve Gran Remembers (Part 2) 1:17
25 Frozen 7:11

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Recorded live on August 28th, 1998.

Comes in 2-fold Digipak.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 4 015698 918526
  • Barcode (Scan): 4015698918526
  • Other (ISBN): 3-934847-61-7
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Matrix / Runout: DOCdata Germany INDIGO 9185-2
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L357
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 5221

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October 17, 2006
edited over 8 years ago

This is the musical version of Robert Falcon Scott's diary which he wrote when trying to be the first to reach the geographic South Pole in 1912. The expedition ended in a complete disaster: not only did Roald Amundsen manage to reach the pole only few days earlier, but Scott and his remaining crew froze to death on their way back (79° 40' is actually the location where they died).

A very very cold and frosty release, although it's better to understand german, as the diary is presented in a translated version.