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    Melancholia (Album, Limited Edition, Numbered) album cover

    William BasinskiMelancholia

    Label:2062 – 2062 0301
    Format:
    CDr, Album, Limited Edition, Numbered
    Country:US
    Released:
    Genre:Electronic
    Style:Modern Classical, Minimal, Ambient

    Tracklist

    1Melancholia I3:25
    2Melancholia II6:50
    3Melancholia III1:54
    4Melancholia IV4:14
    5Melancholia V1:12
    6Melancholia VI2:16
    7Melancholia VII2:26
    8Melancholia VIII3:07
    9Melancholia IX3:35
    10Melancholia X1:07
    11Melancholia XI1:17
    12Melancholia XII7:09
    13Melancholia XIII2:00
    14Melancholia XIV6:03
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    Notes

    Limited edition of 300 numbered and signed copies.

    Later reissued as a standard CD in 2005.

    There is no actual tracklisting on the CD cover - track titles are taken from official William Basinski website.

    Other Versions (5)View All

    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
    Melancholia (CD, Album, Reissue, Remastered)20622062 0301US2005
    New Submission
    Melancholia (14×File, MP3, Album, 320 kbps)206220620301CDUS2008
    Melancholia (CD, Album, Reissue, Remastered)20622062.0301US2013
    Melancholia (LP, Album, Limited Edition, Reissue, Remastered)Temporary Residence Limited, 2062TRR236 , 2062.0301US2014
    New Submission
    Melancholia (14×File, MP3, Album, Reissue, Remastered, 320 kbps)Temporary Residence LimitedTRR236 US2014

    Reviews

    Jebbediah's profile picture
    Jebbediah
    His best work thus far a very dark and gentle Vinyl that is.
    redpan's profile picture
    redpan
    "Melancholia" traces a gentle, eerie path through a selection of aural vignettes that together form a sort of mental scrapbook of musical thoughts.

    William Basinski employs a method of music-making that is in time with the memory-evoking style of Boards Of Canada. It unfolds and evaporates in sparse and confounding waves, but with the gentleness of Loscil or Marsen Jules. What might have begun as a cycle of simple piano melodies and incomplete passages becomes transformed by distance and perspective.

    Fans of Akira Rabelais' "Eisoptrophobia" should pay particular attention.