:zoviet*france:* ‎– Shadow, Thief Of The Sun

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DOVe ‎– DOVeCD66
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CD, Album
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Tracklist

1 / Yan The Silver Gate 1:03
2 / Tan In My Secrecy I Was Real 8:14
3 / Tithera Feel The Warmth 3:48
4 / Mithera This Moment Obscure 8:06
5 / Pim A Democratic Smirk 3:05
6 / Lethera Come Infinite 20:46
7 / Methera Thin Air 8:15
8 / Yethera Cahl-yn-yan 5:35
9 / Tethera Static Fields 7:08
10 / Teck Ciels Ténébreuse 5:01

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Notes

Packaged in a jewel case with an illustrated 4-panel folded card insert that includes track titles and release information.

Exclusive U.S. distribution by Silent Records

Original recordings made in April 1990
1st edition 1991
copyright control 1990

Made In Canada

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Mirrored): CE51<316>DOVE-CD-66 made by/fabriqué par DISQUE AMERIC [Disque Americ logo] CANADA
  • Other (CD mould hub, variant 1): DISQUE AMERIC INC
  • Other (CD mould hub, variant 2): none

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gparker777

gparker777

July 19, 2017
I recently completed a test rip (for archival purposes) of my rarely played CD and found it unable to accurately test and copy with EAC on the outer tracks 6-10. Another contact in a different country with a copy found the same issue and we are suspecting that this pressing may be susceptible to disc rot. Interested in hearing if others are finding the same issue.
Alastis

Alastis

March 1, 2005
edited over 13 years ago

Probably one of the best things that *ZF* has ever done, this is also one of their darkest albums. It sounds as if though they were taking pieces of favorite records and cutting them into many parts, so that nothing is recognizable. There are fragments of priest speech, Arabic music and of course it all sounds like one endless halluciogenic trip. It holds extremely well for an album written almost 15 years ago and still continue to influence many underground musicians. Oh, and it also marks yet another event - after that album Robin Storey (Rapoon) left *ZF* to concentrate on his solo career.