Morgue ‎– The Dark Files

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New Will Productions ‎– NWPCD01ED
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Morgue aka Morgue Mechanism.

This is a compilation of live, demo, unreleased & remixes tracks.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
none Morgue [ Morgue Mechanism ]* The Dark Files(17xFile, WAV, Comp) Not On Label (Morgue Self-Released) none Brazil 2016
NWPCD01ED Morgue The Dark Files(18xFile, MP3, Comp) New Will Productions NWPCD01ED Brazil 2007
NWPCD01ED Morgue The Dark Files(18xFile, WAV, Comp) New Will Productions NWPCD01ED Brazil 2007

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Retrophiliac

Retrophiliac

March 20, 2009

Recently Gil O. Santos has reanimated this project and his very own label New Will Productions to release this collective effort, which I now can hold proudly in my hands. The Dark Files features 18 tracks, starting with two tracks originally featured as exclusive recordings for some magazine CD compilations, Nature’s Freak (Fallen Angel Remix) for the legendary US-based Culture Shock magazine, and Light Of Suicide, available on the German Vertigo magazine compilation 1/96. Their cover version on NEW ORDER’s Thieves Like Us is also present as well as the studio version of the only on a Side-Line compilation tape released track Antidogma. Several surprising well recorded live tracks featuring their biggest smashers like Forever, Coma or Promising Future of their uncountable performances around the Sao Paulo area will give you a hint, how powerful their gigs were – I still hold all their live action demo tapes in my collection. Some remix works done by APOLLO IX, some recordings from their first demo Breaking All The Bones are featured as well and will give you a completely stylistically overview of all phases of the band. Of course, you shouldn’t expect a high-end sound quality – this release rather has a historically meaning. Let’s hope the best, that the dark and evil side in Gil O. Santos is alive and present – a continuation of MORGUE is required!

Review by: Marc Tater