Dissection ‎– Storm Of The Light's Bane

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Munhwa Records ‎– (CREATO-3761) MHLR-1995
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Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Unofficial Release, Blue Marbled
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A1 At The Fathomless Depths 1:56
A2 Night's Blood 6:40
A3 Unhallowed 7:29
A4 Where Dead Angels Lie 5:51
B1 Retribution - Storm Of The Light's Bane 4:51
B2 Thorns Of Crimson Death
Backing Vocals – Legion (8)
8:06
B3 Soulreaper
Backing Vocals – It (4)
6:57
B4 No Dreams Breed In Breathless Sleep 1:26

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Notes

Recorded at Hellspawn / Unisound Studios between the 17th and 30th of March 1995.
Gatefold sleeve with lyrics
Licenced from Creato Inc.

100 copies gold
100 copies silver
150 copies purple
150 copies red
150 copies green
150 copies blue *this*
150 copies yellow
150 copies white

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, etched): MHLR-1995-A1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, etched): MHLR-1995-B1

Other Versions (5 of 65) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
NB 129, 27361 61292 Dissection Storm Of The Light's Bane(CD, Album) Nuclear Blast, EastWest NB 129, 27361 61292 Germany 1995 Sell This Version
IROND MC 03-150 Dissection Storm Of The Light's Bane / Where Dead Angels Lie(Cass, Album) Irond IROND MC 03-150 Russia 2003 Sell This Version
EMCD 0047, SRCD-2855 Dissection Storm Of The Light's Bane (Ultimate Reissue)(2xCD, Album, RE, RM) Evolution Music (2), Seoul Records EMCD 0047, SRCD-2855 South Korea 2006 Sell This Version
TE073 Dissection Storm Of The Light's Bane(2xCD, Album, RE, RM, RP) The End Records TE073 US Unknown Sell This Version
27361 61292 Dissection Storm Of The Light's Bane(CD, Album, Dig) Nuclear Blast 27361 61292 US 1995 Sell This Version

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RMGS

RMGS

December 4, 2019
The audio in this version sounds really good.
The artwork is not perfect but is acceptable ( a little bit blurry ).
If you are looking for a good copy at a low price, grab this one...
Leo_TBS

Leo_TBS

November 23, 2019
I started my vinyl collection based on a simple idea: start with a copy of Storm Of The Light's Bane. Obviously once I created my Discogs account the panorama was terrible, people was charging 300 euros plus shipping from the other side of the world. No way in hell I was going to pay that money for an (original?) LP described as NM.

When I saw the post in a Facebook Dissection fans group about the Unofficial release, I immediately came here to see the reviews and I got a really positive vibe. I got a copy for around 20 euros and honestly, it was the best decision I ever took. Munhwa Records ‎did and amazing job, in every aspect. The record sounds amazing, and the marble blue copies are mesmerising. I appreciated a bit of noise between, songs but the 95% of my experience mind-blowing.

I pushed the volume of my studio monitors and this beauty has more dynamics than half of my "original" records. No matter who released the album first, this is the result of passionate people who have absolute respect for Jon's legacy...quite the opposite of Black Lodge Records, who totally fucked up 2017's Somberlain edition.

The folder is immaculate, Wåhlin's art is immense and this edition makes justice to the original. I didn't have the chance to see other copies to evaluate how accurate the color is, but this palette of pale blues looks absolutely perfect to me. That being said, get a copy while you still have a chance to pay less than 50 euros! Long live to Dissection!