Coil ‎– The Sound Of Musick

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Threshold Archives ‎– T-ARCH13CD
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CD, Compilation
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Tracklist

1 Theme From Blue 1 2:37
2 Theme From Blue 2 2:22
3 Journey To Avebury 12:57
4 Theme From Gay Man's Guide To Safer Sex 6:05
5 Exploding Frogs 8:49
6 Proto-Protection 14:14
7 Untitled 4:03
8 Sara Dale's Sensual Massage 1 4:47
9 Sara Dale's Sensual Massage 2 3:54
10 Sara Dale's Sensual Massage 3 1:31
11 Sara Dale's Sensual Massage 4 7:16
12 Sara Dale's Sensual Massage 5 2:41
13 Sara Dale's Sensual Massage 6 2:15
14 Sara Dale's Sensual Massage 7 4:46

Notes

Tracks 1 & 2 originally released as Themes For Derek Jarman's Blue 7" (Threshold House, 1993).
Track 3 originally released by Brainwashed via the "Song of the Week" download series in 1998 in a low bitrate with a length of 10:59. Later released on Brainwaves comp. 3xCD (Brainwashed, 2006) in a slightly longer edit clocking in at 13:13.
Tracks 4-14 previously unreleased soundtrack work and era-appropriate demo material.

Apart of the matrix, no information whatsoever (no artist and no tracklisting listed) appears on the release.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: ND-C0-22117-D2 092815-12CD Manufactured in Canada
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI ZN1C
  • Other (Hub): MCOM

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Purestfeeling

Purestfeeling

August 13, 2020
Oh man, Sara Dale's Sensual Massage #4 is worth the price of admission alone, but Proto-Protection also on this set?!

A no-brainer, really. No self-respecting Coil fan will want to be without this disc (or the other 15, for that matter)
miss.erica

miss.erica

February 3, 2020
Threshold Archives keeps flooding the market with useless compilations containing stuff thats already out there and inferior outttakes and remixes. These releases are confusing and respectless in the context of Coil's body of work.
stasinlav

stasinlav

August 20, 2019
Very sweetie melodies from Coil. It is interesting as a part of history, as a contrast material to all other industrial bands and as album which you can play with your childrens, parents or friends who are not involved in inustrial music.
sea_urchin

sea_urchin

June 25, 2019
Only interesting if you want to travel back to the early 90s. Tracks for Brainwashed were dispensable when they were released and have not aged well. Total unessential collection.