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    Aleister CrowleyAleister Crowley

    Label:Not On Label – OZ 77
    Format:
    Vinyl, LP
    Country:UK
    Released:
    Genre:Non-Music
    Style:Spoken Word

    Tracklist

    A1The Call Of The First Aethyr (Enochian)
    A2The Call Of The First Aethyr (English)
    A3The Call Of The Second Aethyr (Enochian)
    A4The Call Of The Second Aethyr (English)
    B1La Gitana
    B2The Pentagram
    B3One Sovereign For Woman
    B4The Poet
    B5At Sea
    B6Fingernails
    B7The Titanic
    B8Collects From The Gnostic Mass
    B9Vive La France
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    • Pressed ByMPO

    Notes

    The contents are a collection of spoken recordings made by Aleister Crowley, done on wax cylinders between 1910 and 1914.

    There is no label information on the record, only the number OZ 77. Track titles on label. No etchings except "MPO" and "OZ 77".

    A text on the back cover reads: "... Consideration of others - compassion - is the most important quality we can possess. May confusion be dispersed. May all sentient beings achieve happiness and liberation."

    Other Versions (5 of 33)View All

    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
    The Hastings Archives / The World As Power (LP)GoetiaGOETIA 666UK1986
    New Submission
    The Hastings Archives / The World As Power (LP, White Label)GoetiaGOETIA 666UK1986
    Do What Thou Wilt Shall Be The Whole Of The Law (Cassette)Basic Tapes, IncubatorCSV-8, noneUS1989
    Poems And Invocations (Cassette, Album)TPOSTPOS 055US1990
    New Submission
    Do What Thou Wilt Shall Be The Whole Of The Law. (Cassette, Compilation, Repress, Mono)Basic Records And Tapes302 041US1993

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    mohammedpuss
    This version dates from around 1989 and features sleeve notes written by David Tibet (the layout and typeset of the label is very similar to the reissue of Current 93's "Imperium" album, which was released around the same time.