Contemplatron ‎– Delog

Wrotycz Records ‎– WRT 007
CD, Album


1 She Came And Sat At Lhamo Lhatsö The Lake Of Visions 7:06
2 Yeshe Tsögyal 6:13
3 Mandarava 4:26
4 The Lord Of The Copper Mountain 4:48
5 Downward To The Spheres Of Suffering 6:44
6 Beyond The Potala Gates 4:40
7 Gardens Of Yulokhö 6:23
8 The Return 5:00



Comes in a six-panel digipak.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: 2100001224189
  • Other (SID Codes): IFPI LK97, IFPI 9R16



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December 27, 2009

With the album "Delog" Jaroslaw Wierny continues his journey within the mysteries of tantric Tibetan Buddhism. Conceptually the album looks at the near death experience, where the soul is free to visit other mysterious realms, looking beyond the constraints and boundaries of our own world and perhaps offering an opportunity to find quick enlightenment. Musically this sits somewhere in the borderland between dark ambient and more droney lengthy ambient à la Oöphoi. The music has a sort of low key rumbling quality, sprinkled with (obvious and expected) Buddhist samples such as gongs and throat singing monks, overall though the audio-landscape is still rather sparse and appealing. Although I took to the artistic concept immediately it still required several listenings before I could even begin to appreciate the musical content as well. Rewarded with time and attention it soon began to captivate me, but unless you are prepared to offer these you should perhaps skip it in favour of something that offers a more immediate path to musical enlightenment.