Dead Can Dance ‎– Within The Realm Of A Dying Sun

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4AD ‎– CAD 705 CD, 4AD ‎– CAD 705 C D
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CD, Album, Repress
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Tracklist

1 Anywhere Out Of The World 5:08
2 Windfall 3:30
3 In The Wake Of Adversity 4:14
4 Xavier 6:16
5 Dawn Of The Iconoclast 2:06
6 Cantara 5:58
7 Summoning Of The Muse 4:55
8 Persephone (The Gathering Of Flowers) 6:36

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Credits

Notes

Recorded / mixed: Woodbine Street Recording Studios April/May 1987.

Published by Beggars Banquet Music Ltd./Momentum Music Ltd.
℗ & © 1987 4•A•D.
Catalogue number (on spine & CD): CAD 705 C D
Catalogue number (on back tray): CAD 705 CD
Made In England.

Comes with a one-sheet card front insert.

Almost identical to other Sonopress repress Within The Realm Of A Dying Sun. That one has no Mastering SID/Mould SID codes and has a clear inner hub.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 014436 705021
  • Barcode (String): 5014436705021
  • Matrix / Runout: [Sonopress logo] 50447262/CAD705CD 01
  • Mastering SID Code (variant 1): IFPI LB 46
  • Mould SID Code (variant 1): IFPI 0796
  • Mould SID Code (variant 2): IFPI 0762
  • SPARS Code: ADD

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
CAD 705 Dead Can Dance Within The Realm Of A Dying Sun(LP, Album) 4AD CAD 705 UK 1987 Sell This Version
VG 50338, CAD 705 Dead Can Dance Within The Realm Of A Dying Sun(LP, Album) Virgin, 4AD VG 50338, CAD 705 Greece 1987 Sell This Version
CAD 705 C D, CAD 705 CD Dead Can Dance Within The Realm Of A Dying Sun(CD, Album, RP) 4AD, 4AD CAD 705 C D, CAD 705 CD UK Unknown Sell This Version
CY-4657 Dead Can Dance Within The Realm Of A Dying Sun(CD, Album) 4AD CY-4657 Japan 1990 Sell This Version
CAD 705 Dead Can Dance Within The Realm Of A Dying Sun(LP, Album, TP) 4AD CAD 705 UK 1987 Sell This Version

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hafler3o

hafler3o

October 27, 2017

If you want music to 'connect' you to your fingers and toes, try some flamenco.
If you want music to stroke your beard to, try some modal jazz.
If you want to give yourself a neck injury, try some heavy metal.
If however you want music to make your soul freeze whilst your heart melts, try this.
An album of two sides, Brendan on vox on the A-side, Lisa on the B-side. Both provide the necessary atmosphere to make the two halves an ethereal singularity. Stunning, thirty years on.
Tb-303

Tb-303

August 9, 2006
edited over 11 years ago

Very moody and etherial album. Amazingly takes you away to another world if you close your eyes and drift away with the opening track. Each song delivers a feeling of deep emotions and is a must have classic that stands out as one of Dead Can Dances finest albums.
Numanoid

Numanoid

May 5, 2006
edited over 11 years ago
A good album, but it hasn't aged to well. The production leaves a lot to be desired, it's mared by overuse of mid-80's preset-synths. Had instead real instruments been applied this album could have been a timeless classic.

Future Sound Of London lifted the vocal sample they used on "Papua New Guinea" from the track "Dawn of the iconoclast".