Der Blutharsch ‎– When Did Wonderland End?

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It comes with an inlay. Limited edition of 555 copies on black vinyl. Recorded at Studio 451.

Track A6 is a cover of the Death in June song "Frost Flowers" originally appeared on the album <a href="http://www.discogs.com/release/136010">Take Care And Control</a>.
Track B7 is a cover of the Adriano Celentano song "La Barca".

Scratched messages:
A= FOR THE BOYS...
B= WHO HAVE TO PLAY WITH BROKEN TOYS

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
WKN 25 Der Blutharsch When Did Wonderland End?(CD, Album + DVD-V) WKN WKN 25 Austria 2006 Sell This Version
WKN 25 Der Blutharsch When Did Wonderland End?(CD, Album, Promo) WKN WKN 25 Austria 2005 Sell This Version
WKN 25 Der Blutharsch When Did Wonderland End?(LP, Album, Ltd, Red) WKN WKN 25 Austria 2005 Sell This Version
none Der Blutharsch When Did Wonderland End?(12xFile, Album, RE) WKN none Austria 2013

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enfantterrible

enfantterrible

January 14, 2006
edited over 12 years ago

Ok the martial days are gone and probably gone forever.
Thats good becouse the project (and the genre as well)was becoming a total kitsch and also becouse this is a pretty interesting album with an entire different perspective musically and lyrically speaking.
The influence from italian folk rock is absolutely evident and the mood of the album is certainly decadent. At times it sounds almost like cabaret rock music with undertones of pity melan-alcoholic feeling and a sense of tragedy and loss which brings to mind some sarcastic view on life and its meanings. All the trascendence was left behind. This is a new "trail of blood" in a newborn spring surface.
Certainly the band will dissapoint all the fans that followed Der Blutharsch just searching in them some typical militar background and confusing/paradoxical "ideology" and their obtuse conception of a monolithical and monothematic aproximation to industrial music.
A reinvention of Der Blutharsch? probably so, an entire different path in a different way with different faces. Even though this may not be called Der Blutharsch anymore.
The king is dead. long live the new king!