Desolate (4) ‎– The Invisible Insurrection

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Tracklist

Imagination
Follow Suit
Cathartic
Farewell #1
Aviance
Pain
Divinus
Farewell #2
Avian Flu
CD
Imagination 4:02
Follow Suit 3:14
Cathartic 6:16
Farewell #1 1:18
Aviance 2:28
Pain 4:44
Divinus 6:24
Farewell #2 1:47
Escape 2:56
Endurance 4:32
In Secret 4:44

Versions (7)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
FAUXPAS LP001 Desolate (4) The Invisible Insurrection(LP, Album, Ltd, Cle + CD, Album) Fauxpas Musik FAUXPAS LP001 Germany 2011 Sell This Version
FAUXPAS LP001 Desolate (4) The Invisible Insurrection(11xFile, FLAC, Album) Fauxpas Musik FAUXPAS LP001 Germany 2011
FAUXPAS LP001 Desolate (4) The Invisible Insurrection(11xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Fauxpas Musik FAUXPAS LP001 Germany 2011
FAUXPAS LP001 Desolate (4) The Invisible Insurrection(LP, Album + CD, Album + , Ltd) Fauxpas Musik FAUXPAS LP001 Germany 2011 Sell This Version
FAUXPAS LP001 Desolate (4) The Invisible Insurrection(LP, Album, RP, 180) Fauxpas Musik FAUXPAS LP001 Germany 2013 Sell This Version
FAUXPAS LP001 Desolate (4) The Invisible Insurrection(LP, Album, RP, 180) Fauxpas Musik FAUXPAS LP001 Germany 2013 Sell This Version
FAUXPAS LP001 Desolate (4) The Invisible Insurrection(LP, Album, RP, Ltd, Num, Sil) Fauxpas Musik FAUXPAS LP001 Germany 2013 Sell This Version

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mimiq

mimiq

December 13, 2011
edited over 5 years ago
referencing The Invisible Insurrection, LP, Album + CD, Album + , Ltd, FAUXPAS LP001

I dare say that's one of the most intimate, most atmospheric and deepest pieces of music I've ever listened to.
I love listening to this while strolling down quiet lonely streets of my little native town in winter, with sweet nostalgia in my heart and myriads of snowflakes slowly floating and drifting down around...
HrtAttK

HrtAttK

April 3, 2011
referencing The Invisible Insurrection, LP, Album + CD, Album + , Ltd, FAUXPAS LP001

Just a heads up here, there have been numerous glowing reviews of this album and obvious influences. Yes, there me be a few songs that you may confuse for Burial, but there is enough sonic differences to let you know that Sven is all over this. He has a distinct sound that is easy to tell from his Mojuba releases but this is on a whole other level. I've had this on repeat for a few days and have to say it has grown on me. I'm surprised I missed this when it was released as it is a great album. Highly recommended for home listening.