The Threshold HouseBoys Choir ‎– The Threshold Houseboys Choir Amulet Edition

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4 × CDr, Mini, Limited Edition
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Tracklist

Disc A
1.01 Be Happy 8:26
1.02 There And Back 4:40
1.03 The Day Moon Died 8:24
Disc B
2.01 Ikoreek 12:16
2.02 As X Is To Geff 5:30
Disc C
3.01 The Hangman's Ball 10:48
3.02 Khun Cap Taxi 9:49
Disc D
4.01 Distonto 12:02
4.02 Lowly Low 7:24

Notes

Limited to 200 copies, of which 23 copies included a signed & numbered certificate with recipient's name. Some copies included a signed, printed track-list card.

Release contains four hand labeled 3" CD-Rs, a sticker, and a printed track list card. All packaged inside an acrylic and brass amulet, held within a black velvet bag.

Further, a printed face mask, with photograph, and postcard were included with some copies, while other copies included 'various' objects like: stone amulets, small brass statues, etc

"These sketches are works in progress and may form the soundtrack to a film I intend to shoot next year about Thai Temple Tattooing"

The music on disc A was previously released on Threshold House~Boys Choir CDr, which was sold at a show in St. Petersburg, and directly on Ebay.

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Nostradamus7

Nostradamus7

May 19, 2016
edited 6 months ago

Peter described these as 'rough sketches' to a soundtrack, some more rough than others. While the more formed "Be Happy", "The Day That Moon Died" are nothing short of masterpieces. Other songs feel like the very rough soundtrack filler, definitely not as consistent as Form Grows Rampant. If only we got a finished version of this album, I'm sure more life would have been brought to the rougher sketches. But it was not to be...
3z13

3z13

February 4, 2013

Easily one of the best works from Peter, I only wish there were more...glad to have what was given though.
bear2323

bear2323

April 14, 2009

Brilliant continuation of Form Grows Rampant exposes yet more deep sonic landscapes, strange and unbearably attractive voices, new experiences and … deliberation and calmness (strangely enough it sounds in relation to work of Coil-rooted man). Perceptible wisdom of another person – that is it is possible to describe my overall feeling of the album. If you will admit it to come a part of yourself, you will never need to search a mood for the listening – it will compliment you with its own spirit directly from the first note. Here are no parallels with former and current Christopherson’s collaborations with many great persons. We became the witnesses of birth of new magic.

I wish to rate it 7.
And I’m sure – I’m not lonely with it.