Fields Of The NephilimElizium

Label:Beggars Arkive – BBQ 2183 LP
Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Stereo, Green, 180g
Style:Goth Rock


A1(Dead But Dreaming)1:28
A2For Her Light3:01
A3At The Gates Of Silent Memory8:24
A4(Paradise Regained)2:29
B6Sumerland (What Dreams May Come)11:09
B7Wail Of Sumer6:24
B8And There Will Your Heart Be Also7:37

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180 gram, 30th anniversary edition, dark green vinyl.
Picture inner sleeve of card featuring lyrics.
Silver foil hype sticker applied to the shrink-wrap.

Recorded at Park Gate Studios, Battle. Additional recording and mixing at Astoria, Hampton Court.
Produced by The Nephilim and Andy Jackson.
All tracks written by The Nephilim. Lyrics by McCoy.
Published by Universal Music Publishing Ltd.
℗ 1990 Beggars Banquet © 2020 Beggars Banquet
BBQ 2183 LP

Runouts are etched excepting the MPO data which is stamped.
Tracks are numbered sequentially across the release, 1 to 8.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 6 07618 21831 7
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout ): BBQ 2183 LP A MPO 20185578
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout ): BBQ 2183 LP B MPO 20185585

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Elizium (LP, Album)Beggars BanquetBEGA 115UK1990
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Elizium (CD, Album)Beggars BanquetBEGA 115 CDUK1990
Elizium (LP, Album)Rebel Rec.SPV 006-30891Germany1990
Elizium (CD, Album)Rebel Rec.SPV 084-30892Europe1990
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Elizium (LP, Album, White Label)Rebel Rec.006-30891Germany1990



  • jondkent's avatar
    Edited 2 months ago
    Really needs you to turn up the volume way beyond where you'd usually play. It then sounds so much better than a low volume, at low volume it just sounds muddy.

    QC wise this is very good, nothing major to point out here.
    • Downrazor's avatar
      This release is very quiet but there is no life in the music. Totally flat. I would not recommend it
      • doctorg's avatar
        I can only add my voice to the chorus below: this is remastered at very low level and with the usual muddy Field's recording quality the result is poor sound overall. My pressing on visually lush forest green vinyl is quiet, but that can't redeem this low quality release.
        • Nilo_Niente's avatar
          Fields were always quietly recorded. But this repress is very low. I compared it with the original pressing (to whom I lost the sleeve, so the rebuy) and the old pressing is much louder - and cleaner.
          • antrax667's avatar
            Low volume. Had to ramp up the volume quite a bit. I like The álbum and as i have no other to compare it to i am happy with it. Still the low volume sucks a bit.
            • dareki's avatar
              Beside nice vinyl colour - sound quality is not as good as it could be. A lot of bass, but not punchy. Not contour. Rumbling sound. In other aspects - you can easily hear a noise floor of the vinyl. Shame because this is beautiful music.
              • beechlander's avatar
                Visually stunning and a great album but the sound is too muddy for my liking - was hoping for a better mastering. Fair bit of crackle too.
                • joseluvima's avatar
                  Well sounds ten thousand times better than the CD version wich is not so hard... CD version sounds compressed as hell and extremely low, but side A of my vynil copy got a lot of noise even after cleaning up. Could not compere to previous versions but as a remastered version is not very impressive


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