|B1||Dive (Wheel Of The Law)|
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Second issue (released summer 2011) has the same catalog number but comes in a plain black inner sleeve with exclusive printed card insert.
- Matrix / Runout (A): 89438 1A BLACKEST 003 MATT @ AIR
- Matrix / Runout (B): 89438 1B BLACKEST 003
|The Sorrow Of Two Blooms (3×File, FLAC)||Blackest Ever Black||BLACKEST003||UK||2011|
|The Sorrow Of Two Blooms (12", 45 RPM, Repress)||Blackest Ever Black||BLACKEST003: SECOND EDITION||UK||2011|
|The Sorrow Of Two Blooms (3×File, MP3, 320 kbps)||Blackest Ever Black||BLACKEST003||UK||2011|
|The Sorrow Of Two Blooms (12", 45 RPM, Repress, Limited Edition, Clear )||Blackest Ever Black||BLACKEST003B||UK||2013|
- Does anyone have a definitive answer where is the cover image sourced, in my head it's a representation of Joelle Van Dyne.
- Edited 10 years agoThird repress available and I'm finally going to get my hands on this great EP. Tropic Of Cancer was my introduction to new-wave, dark-wave, post-punk genre, and I'm totally hooked on this. Thank you for this fine piece of music! <3
- from BEB july email:
"...The [new ToC] album will be preceded in August by a limited 2013 re-press of the much sought-after Sorrow Of Two Blooms EP on clear vinyl with the original sleeve art reproduced..."
- Edited 11 years agoI really enjoy this EP and its vast and haunting soundscape that pulls you in through piercing samples and hazy lyrics. While I often discuss specific tracks in my reviews, I think The Sorrow of Two Blooms stands on its own in a sense. I wouldn't be surprised if, like me, others find themselves listening to it because of the techno connection only to then realize that they are totally blown away in a rather unexpected manner. What could be perhaps best described as the lost soundtrack to Donnie Darko is a perspicuous view towards both the roots of electronic music and its future possibilities. This is by far my favourite Blackest Ever Black release and I urge everyone to check it out.