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ApparatThe Devil’s Walk

Label:Mute – MUT 9506-2
Format:
CD, Album
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Electronic, Rock
Style:Leftfield, Post Rock, Experimental, Ambient

Tracklist

1Sweet Unrest
ChoirCherie (4), Nackt
3:34
2Song Of Los4:34
3Black Water
GuitarAlfredo Noguiera
4:43
4Goodbye
FeaturingSoap&Skin
Vocals [Guest]Anja Franziska Plascha*
4:17
5Candil De La Calle4:37
6The Soft Voices Die
VibraphoneThimo Pommerening
4:22
7Escape5:46
8Ash/Black Veil5:44
9A Bang In The Void
Contrabass [Upright Bass]Simon Bauer
MarimbaDer Onkel
VibraphoneDavid Haller
6:02
10Your House Is My World3:55
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Credits

Notes

Written and Produced in 2009/10

Apparat is published by Random Noize Musick / Budde Music
Nackt (courtesy of Warren Suicide) is published Random Noise Musick / Bosworth
Anja Franziska Plascha (courtesy of Pias) is published by Strictly Confidential / arm. Buddy Music
Alfredo Noguiera is published by Copyright Control / Ascap

Made in USA.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 724596950623
  • Matrix / Runout: DIDX-766465 1 A01
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L327
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 50DF
  • Rights Society: SDRM biem
  • Rights Society: ASCAP

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Reviews

  • scoundrel's avatar
    scoundrel
    Apparat continues his melodic take on IDM with THE DEVIL'S WALK, which is, by turns, operatic and melancholic. The chorus that launches "Sweet Unrest" soon dwindles to a single, sad voice (Ring's own) for "Song Of Los," which maintains a strong thrum underneath. "Black Water," on the other hand, has a slow throb giving shape to the rest of the synth layers. Anja Plaschg takes vocals duties on "Goodbye," which sounds as if it's been distilled directly from heartache. Much of the album gives way to neo-indie-post-rock as well, but Apparat also has a few orchestral flights of fancy: the swelling strings on "The Soft Voices Die" or the plucked frenzy that starts off "Ash/Black Veil" before the rhythm comes in to pound away the sorrow. Meanwhile, the instrumental "A Bang In The Void" leans upon the marimba and vibraphone to impart resonance. And even though I miss Raz Ohara and some of the dirty funk that appeared on his previous album, WALLS, this album forges its own diabolic path.

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