Sol Invictus ‎– The Bad Luck Bird

Label:
Auerbach Tonträger ‎– AB 024
Format:
Vinyl, 7", Single, 45 RPM, Limited Edition
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Tracklist

A The Bad Luck Bird (Single Version) 3:35
B Stella Maris 3:33

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Limited edition of 500 copies.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 8 84388 30241 9
  • Label Code: LC 10160

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Mind_Booster_Noori

July 5, 2011

(originally written at http://noorirecords.wordpress.com/2011/01/31/noori-records-presents…-2010-in-music-part-ii/ )

I have to admit than, while I am a fan of Sol Invictus (and generally, of Tony Wakeford’s works – I still think “La Croix” is one of the most excelent albums ever!), I am far from being a completionist of his work. But somehow, I got really curious about this “The Bad Luck Bird” single, which seems to work well as a great preview of what the next full-lenght will be. When you start listening to the single, you will have no doubt that this is Sol Invictus – you’ll get the same feeling as ever, and that’s not bad. But you’ll also evidently something else… Sol Invictus is changing, evolving. When you listen to the B-side, you’ll get a quite different track, but also the proof that Sol Invictus is changing – and, in my oppinion, to better. My first public reaction after listening to the single (both sides, three times in a row), was something like “it’s a fact: I allways prefer B-sides”. While “The Bad Luck Bird” is a powerful (maybe a little overcrowded) track, with strong percussion and (surprisingly?) flute and cello as lead instruments, Stella Maris is a track that couldn’t stop me of thinking about The Wicker Man’s soundtrack – which is an awesome reference. You might want to wait a little for “The Cruellest Month” (the upcoming full-length), but I think that if you can’t just wait and end up grabbing this 7”… You won’t regret it. (BTW, I just read from Prophecy that the single is sold out there.)