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World Serpent ‎– WSDCD 016
2 × CD, Compilation

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1-01 Arkkon T 2901E 6:04
1-02 Martyn Bates Bahnhofstrasse 2:28
1-03 Chris And Cosey* One Minute More (Serpent Mix) 5:09
1-04 Coil Heartworms 7:14
1-05 Current 93 Frolicking 7:50
1-06 Bryin Dall May You Never Be Alone Like Me 3:07
1-07 Death In June Presents Kapo! Only Europa Knows 6:01
1-08 Roger Doyle Dark Scenery Court Games 7:12
1-09 Elijah's Mantle Wise Words Of Eve 9:57
1-10 In Gowan Ring Still Water Bonne 7:05
1-11 Lemon Kittens What The Cat Brought In 2:19
1-12 Loretta's Doll Love Is Regret 4:26
1-13 The Moon Lay Hidden Beneath A Cloud Untitled 4:35
2-01 Nature And Organisation By A Foreign River (The Longing For Mercy And Happiness) 4:33
2-02 Neither/Neither World All's God's Dogs 5:01
2-03 Nurse With Wound Window Of Possible Organic Development 8:47
2-04 Orchis Come Unto Me 5:01
2-05 The Boyd Rice Experience Music From The Movie Pearls Before Swine
Horns [Brass] – Joel Haertling
2-06 Sand (2) On The Corner (Alternative Version) 5:20
2-07 Death In June Presents Scorpion Wind Some Colossus 4:51
2-08 Shock Headed Peters Oblivion Extract 10:40
2-09 Sol Invictus Did You See 4:48
2-10 Somewhere In Europe Oblique Realities 5:36
2-11 Strength Through Joy Ways To Strength And Beauty 7:02
2-12 Tiny Tim The Garden Of Your Heart, Turn Back The Universe, You Can't Get Loving Where There Ain't Any Love, A Thousand Love Songs 5:35
2-13 Zone (2) The Scavenging Soul 4:50

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Included is a 4-page booklet.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Printed): 5 021958 495026
  • Barcode (Scanned): 5021958495026
  • Matrix / Runout (CD 1 (Mirrored)): AAA1088 CDR02447 PC WISE : 1:4
  • Matrix / Runout (CD 2 (Mirrored)): AAA1089 CDR02448 PC WISE • 1:2
  • Mastering SID Code (Mirrored (2x code, Both CD)): IFPI L122
  • Other (Both CD (Outer side, inner circle of the CD)): 2



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April 6, 2008

If I were to pick one CD to introduce someone to the joy of World Serpent Distribution (RIP), this would be the one. It covers the entire gamut of possibilities and includes some real gems, most notable in my opinion, Coil's "Heartworms" (though far too foreboding of what was to become of Jhonn Balance) which fits better here than it does on the Foxtrot compilation. The Sand alternate was really nice, too. In all reality, though, each of these tracks are guaranteed to entertain, with the exception perhaps of Tiny Tim's contribution as he is a bit of an acquired taste for your typical ambient/experimental/neofolk fan. Well, except for David Tibet, that is. :D