Two Lone Swordsmen ‎– The Fifth Mission (Return To The Flightpath Estate)

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Flight Path Estate was a track on The Sabres Of Paradise - Haunted Dancehall.

Tracklist

Little Did We Know 3:34
The Best Of Stealth 4:17
A Slow Drive West 5:40
Big Man Original 5:17
Spark 3:54
Lino Square 7:39
Search For A Car 2:24
Glenn Street Assault Squad 5:48
Gang Sweep Shuffling 4:46
The King Mob File 5:18
Enemy Haze 6:24
Beacon Block 9:01
Two Barb Quickstep 6:54
Switch It 6:58
Rico's Helly 7:15
The Backstair Rattlers 7:16
Paisley Dark 8:45
Extended Branch Brothers 8:16

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arsebucket

arsebucket

February 17, 2020
referencing The Fifth Mission (Return To The Flightpath Estate), 3xLP, Album, SOP 009LP
was always a difficult album to love at the time but i stuck with it and many memories of playing Paisley Dark coming down for the wigged out synth. a record of ambition, thats what it should be about and of course RIP Weatherall. x
Dallas1980

Dallas1980

October 21, 2016
referencing The Fifth Mission (Return To The Flightpath Estate), 2xCD, Album, SOP 009CD

"Two barb quickstep" is my favorite track in all music history.
murphie01

murphie01

August 7, 2015
referencing The Fifth Mission (Return To The Flightpath Estate), 3xLP, Album, SOP 009LP
The King Mob file a reference to Grant Morrison's Invisibles comic? Perhaps knowing how well read Weatherall is.
Great album, this era Emissions/Swordsmen and all is just superb.
monkeycatt

monkeycatt

January 18, 2012
referencing The Fifth Mission (Return To The Flightpath Estate), 2xCD, Album, SOP 009CD

some 15 years later and it's still absolutely blinding! i wouldn't say it's their best (that would be "stay down") but it's close. well worth picking up, if you can find it.
gu1lty

gu1lty

October 30, 2004
edited over 16 years ago
referencing The Fifth Mission (Return To The Flightpath Estate), 2xCD, Album, SOP 009CD

Superb outing for the two lone swordsmen. This is so different to their recordings on RGC and the recent releases on Warp Records. More downtempo and experimental in nature. Definiteley worth a listen! Classic.