Dead Can Dance ‎– Into The Labyrinth

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4AD ‎– DAD 3621
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2 × Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered
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A1 Yulunga (Spirit Dance)
Written-By – Dead Can Dance
6:56
A2 The Ubiquitous Mr Lovegrove
Written-By – Dead Can Dance
6:16
A3 The Wind That Shakes The Barley
Arranged By – Dead Can DanceWords By, Music By – Dr Robert Dwyer Joyce*, Traditional
2:50
B1 The Carnival Is Over
Written-By – Dead Can Dance
5:28
B2 Ariadne
Written-By – Dead Can Dance
1:54
B3 Saldek
Written-By – Dead Can Dance
1:07
B4 Towards The Within
Written-By – Dead Can Dance
7:06
C1 Tell Me About The Forest (You Once Called Home)
Written-By – Dead Can Dance
5:42
C2 The Spider's Stratagem
Written-By – Dead Can Dance
6:42
C3 Emmeleia
Written-By – Dead Can Dance
2:04
C4 How Fortunate The Man With None
Music By – Dead Can DanceTranslated By [Words] – John WillettWords By – Bertolt Brecht
9:15
D1 Bird
Written-By – Dead Can Dance
5:00
D2 Spirit
Written-By – Dead Can Dance
4:59

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Notes

Gatefold sleeve.

"How Fortunate The Man With None"
©1940, 1968, 1980 Brecht Music Co.
©1993 Brecht Music Co. / Stefan S. Brecht / Universal Music Publishing / Momentum 3.

℗1993 4AD Ltd. except "Bird" and "Spirit" ℗1990 4AD Ltd.
©2016 4AD Ltd. DAD 3621
Made in EU.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (String): 652637362114
  • Barcode (Text): 6 52637 36211 4
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): MPO DAD 3621 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): MPO DAD 3621 B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C): MPO DAD 3621 C2
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D): MPO DAD 3621 D3

Other Versions (5 of 70) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
DAD 3013 Dead Can Dance Into The Labyrinth(2xLP, Album) 4AD DAD 3013 UK 1993 Sell This Version
CAD 3621 CD Dead Can Dance Into The Labyrinth(CD, Album, RE, RM) 4AD CAD 3621 CD UK 2016 Sell This Version
72438 390362 7 Dead Can Dance Into The Labyrinth(CD, Album) 4AD 72438 390362 7 France 1993 Sell This Version
SHOCKCD1021 Dead Can Dance Into The Labyrinth(CD, Album) Shock (2) SHOCKCD1021 Australia 1993 Sell This Version
DAD 3013 Dead Can Dance Into The Labyrinth(LP, Album, Promo, TP) 4AD DAD 3013 UK 1993 Sell This Version

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richgers

richgers

December 3, 2018
I'm getting bad surface noise on Spirit on two copies so far. Anyone else getting this? It comes in at the end of Bird and goes throughout Spirit.
drgn238

drgn238

November 22, 2018
To all comments about "great remastering" :
Original mastering was done by Miles ( does it ring any bells ? ) and was / is magnificent !
Mastering ( and not to forget recording / artist's work ) was / is what makes this so highly rated, am I wright ?
Yes, you can put another cover , for whatever reason/s, but to question original masterinjg ?
Re-mastering, in this case at least, means safeguarding original mastering and is not about "re-mastering" ( like
with The Beatles, making new Beatles re-masters "punchier" and more "up to date "??? ).
Bizarre, but it IS happening !
nanagno

nanagno

November 15, 2018

Just get it while it still there, price wise this pressing is a steal! Top quality that is very reraly found at this price point.
kraff

kraff

October 18, 2018
edited 6 months ago

First - the quality and sound is Amazin and so powerfull- great, great job!
2nd - music is from different dimension - timeless.
3rd - artwork is really different.
VinylChord

VinylChord

June 29, 2018
Never liked the original cover art that much anyway... and will confess not a big fan of this cover either. BUT, having to choose between the two - I'd choose this.
minimal.compact

minimal.compact

May 14, 2018
edited 11 months ago
My original is still NM so there is no reason to buy this one, i like the artwork but the lack of the 'real' inner sleeves makes it somehow beta, compared to the original release
As for the music, it is DCD
occasionalrain

occasionalrain

March 3, 2018
Great sound on this reissue. Really clear and rich, loads of space for the percussion to really crack and the vocals to breathe.
drgn238

drgn238

June 29, 2017

ICopyright, yeah, wright !
What about plain inner sleeves, then ?
cgm13

cgm13

March 17, 2017
For those talking about the change in album artwork:
"Copyright issues meant that, for this reissue, new artwork was originated, a computer-generated pattern of circles (designed and photographed by Vilija Valeisaite) that maintained a symbolic concept with the labyrinth. "We settled on something that worked as a mandala, a meditative image that would help focus the mind, and then enter into the labyrinth, which is a metaphor for the mind," said Perry. "
Source: http://4ad.com/forewords/dcd/
drgn238

drgn238

December 6, 2016
Different cover, I suppose has nothing to do with copyright, its just plain cost-effect. Same goes for plain inner sleeves.
You add 2 extra songs and - bingo!
This is just a nice way to make extra money with no extra costs.
IT'S JUST A SHAME !!!