His Divine Grace ‎– Die Schlangenkönigin

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Hau Ruck! ‎– HR!42
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Comes in a digipak.
Made in Germany.

The album pay tribute to Ernst Jünger's novel "On the Marble Cliffs" ("Auf den Marmorklippen").

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  • Barcode (Text): 4 038846 310423
  • Barcode (Reader): 4038846310423
  • Matrix / Runout: Sony DADC A0100449991-0101 21 A0
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L551

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Articuno

Articuno

January 5, 2017

Track 8 sounds similar to Pulusha - Isolation (Part 1). But Pulusha's track is much better. I think this is a good, maybe even a very good ambient release. But to say it's the best ambient album out there is silly, and reveals that you haven't listened to very many ambient albums.
oneiric.tomb

oneiric.tomb

March 17, 2016

Truly one of the most beautiful and profound of all ambient albums. This is a hidden gem revered in the highest of esteem by the few who've actually heard it.
dalakouras

dalakouras

May 8, 2015

The best ambient album there is. Apollonian in every way, with the shadow of Ernst Jünger haunting the record from beginning till end.
mike82

mike82

October 30, 2011
How pity such magnificent works not seen they way to analog format. It is a rare occasion where a creation of (at last partly) electronic composition reached the heights of the few survived maestros of contemporatry classical such as arvo pärt, benjamin britten, gabriel fauré, steve reich, erik satie or peter michael hamel. Another output of the ordre du nouvel homme movement from the now vanished gigabrother fame that is emotionally profoud beyond description. Something which not pays any price needed to "be art" and therefore becomes something "artificial", synthetic - a fact that makes the most intense, exotic, fragrant and colourful flowers to grow mostly in "underground" circles, seldom in the over-cultivated "art-scene".