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    Death In June‘Black Angel - Live!’

    Label:Leprosy Discs – LEPER CD8
    Format:
    CD, Album, Limited Edition
    Country:Australia
    Released:
    Genre:Rock
    Style:Acoustic, Neofolk

    Tracklist

    1Ku Ku Ku1:59
    2To Drown A Rose3:15
    3Omen-Filled Season3:12
    4Symbols Of The Sun3:10
    5Giddy Giddy Carousel1:38
    6Kameradschaft3:04
    7She Said Destroy2:51
    8The Honour Of Silence2:48
    9Golden Wedding Of Sorrow2:57
    10Runes And Men2:29
    11Fall Apart2:21
    12But, What Ends When The Symbols Shatter?3:11
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    Recorded live at The Esplanade, Melbourne, Australia 24.V.00.

    Digipak with golden lettering and transparent tray
    Whiphand symbol right above
    No booklet

    Limited to 2000 copies signed in gold pen by Douglas P.

    Barcode and Other Identifiers

    • Barcode: 9 321481 034829
    • Matrix / Runout: LEPER CD8
    • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LW30

    Other Versions (1)View All

    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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    Black Angel - Live! (LP, Picture Disc, CD, EP, All Media, Limited Edition)Neuropa Records, Leprosy DiscsNRP23, LEPER 08, LEPER CD9Belgium2009

    Reviews

    saxroma1's avatar
    saxroma1
    Google "death in june" and 'Claudia Patatas' to see the kind of neo-Nazi jailbirds Douglas Pearce takes for friends – it's easy enough to find photographic evidence (which is apt, considering that Patatas took the cover photographs for this album).
    dovesprings250r's avatar
    Being limited edition it is a must have for a collection. Not one of their better live recordings though.The sound quality is quite good but the performance leaves you longing for something more from them. Aside from a brilliant live performance of Ku Ku Ku as the first track and a nice performance of fall apart it is just mediocre. as usual the packaging and artwork are first rate which is another reason why I love collecting death in june.