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Death In VegasSatan's Circus

Label:Drone – DRONECDLTDONE
Format:
2 x CD, Album, Limited Edition
Country:UK
Released:
Genre:Electronic, Rock
Style:Krautrock, Downtempo

Tracklist

Satan's Circus
1-1Ein Fur Die Damen5:24
1-2Zugaga7:17
1-3Heil Xanax
VocalsSusan Delane*
6:52
1-4Black Lead
Loops, SamplerTim Holmes
SynthesizerRichard Fearless
4:13
1-5Sons Of Rother
DrumsSimon Hanson
SynthesizerRichard Fearless, Tim Holmes
6:06
1-6Candie McKenzie4:13
1-7Reigen7:22
1-8Kontroll5:11
1-9Anita Berber7:39
1-10Head5:32
1-11Come On Over To Our Side, Softly Softly3:15
Live At Brixton
2-1Natja1:33
2-2Leather3:29
2-3Girls4:29
2-4Death Threat5:06
2-5Rekkit6:00
2-6Blood Yawning7:33
2-723 Lies3:56
2-8Flying7:23
2-9Dirge5:36
2-10Help Yourself11:26
2-11Scorpio Rising5:30
2-12Hands Around My Throat6:41
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CD 1 recorded & mixed at The Contino Rooms.
CD 2 recorded live in Brixton.

All tracks published by BMG/Warner Chappell.

℗ 2004 DRONE. © 2004 DRONE.
Made in England.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 024545 309126
  • Rights Society: BIEM MCPS
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1): deluxe DRONECDLTD/1 01
  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped Into Hub (CD1)): MADE IN THE UK
  • Mastering SID Code (CD1): IFPI L135
  • Mould SID Code (CD1): IFPI 0461
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2): deluxe DRONECDLTD/2 02
  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped Into Hub (CD2)): MADE IN THE UK BY DISCTRONICS
  • Mastering SID Code (CD2): IFPI L135
  • Mould SID Code (CD2): IFPI 0431

Other Versions (5 of 10)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Satan's Circus (3×LP, Album)DroneDRONELPONEUK2004
Needs Changes
Satan's Circus (CD, Album, Unofficial Release)DroneDRONECDLTDONERussia2004
Recently Edited
Satan's Circus (2×CD, Album, Limited Edition)DroneDRONECDLTDONEUK2004
New Submission
Satan's Circus Vol.1 (11×File, AAC, Album, 256)DronenoneUK2004
Recently Edited
Satan's Circus (2×CD, Album)Universal Records302 061 485-2US2005

Reviews

scoundrel's avatar
scoundrel
With _Satan's Circus_, Death in Vegas moves away from their rock-electronic hybrid and embrace a more pure electronic front -- or maybe simply replace the rock element with droning krautrock. Either way, the results astound: the brittle delicacy of "Zugaga" sounds unlike most of the oeuvre so far, while "Sons of Rother" takes a simple loop and adds the layers until it has expanded in all directions. And while the dubby of "Heil Xanax" doesn't seem like a far step for them, the more abstract space-dub of "Candy Mackenzie" reaches further out into the vacuum. And although Death in Vegas has never really aimed for the dancefloor, tracks such as "Reigen" and "Head" seem to go for the rock/electronics/dance hybrid most recently embodied by the DFA label. And the final track, "Come On Over to the Other Side, Softly Softly" goes totally abstract with its looped tones. The _Live at Brixton_ cd, serves as a benchmark to show how much this album differs from their others (but that's not to say that it's not rocking fun in its own way).
THX_1138's avatar
THX_1138
Edited 17 years ago
Really Curious these Death In Vegas Album. When everybody can expected they follow the succesfully psychedelic electronic-rock line of "The Contino Sessions" and "Scorpio Risinsg", they turn to a really experimental album. In the line of the first krautrockers they made a really atmosferic dark and emotional album.

Probably consciouss of the fact that some people can object their decission they give us a fantastic second cd with a Live act. If in the first cd we can listen the most experimental Death In Vegas songs, in the second one we can enjoy the energy of a live show full of rock and dance rythms. Fantastic.
Numanoid's avatar
Numanoid
Edited 17 years ago
A release inspired by Krautrock, sweeping analogue synthlines and staccato drumming permeates the album. "Sons of Rother" is a hommage to Neu!, and "Kontroll" emulates the bassline of Kraftwerk's "Kometenmelodie" to great effect. Recommended listening indeed!