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Six Organs Of Admittance - Days Of Blood FLAC album

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A1 Untitled
A2 Procession Of Cherry Blossom Spirits
A3 Roll The Stone
Written-By – Epic Soundtracks
A4 Thousand Birds
A5 Awaken
A6 All You've Left
A7 Words For Two
A8 River Of Transfiguration
B1 Cats
B2 Hum A Silent Prayer
B3 Redefinition Of Being
B4 Thousand Birds

Credits

  • Performer – Ben Chasny, John Moloney, Keith Wood

Notes

Plain LP sleeves with sticker attached.

Includes two inserts - a flyer and a folded interview/tracklist.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
40 Six Organs Of Admittance Days Of Blood ‎(CDr, Ltd) Manhand 40 US 2006


Six Organs Of Admittance - Days Of Blood FLAC album

Musician performer: Six Organs Of Admittance

Title: Days Of Blood

Country: US

Date of release: 2008

Style: Folk Rock, Noise, Psychedelic Rock, Experimental

Genre: Rock

Size FLAC: 1840 mb

Rating: 4.3 / 5

Votes: 512

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Coirad
Aside from the album being sloppily edited, (especially side 1) it actually contains some very interesting music - and is about the closest thing you've got to an actual "live album" from this guy (minus a few pesky CDRs). The crowd comes in at the end of some songs, and the setlist reads something like what you might hear a fan of Six Organs yell out during a performance, circa 2006. An otherwise unreleased (I think!) "Cats" is a total fuzz-guitar attack that may very well be my favorite point of the disc, because it's more tasteful than noisy. While not exactly essential, it is still a nice piece to add to your collection. We're not really sure how 'limited' the LP actually is, but I'd recommend scooping one while they're still here. And though plain, I think that the metallic sticker cover art is pretty cool. There ya go.
Coirad
Aside from the album being sloppily edited, (especially side 1) it actually contains some very interesting music - and is about the closest thing you've got to an actual "live album" from this guy (minus a few pesky CDRs). The crowd comes in at the end of some songs, and the setlist reads something like what you might hear a fan of Six Organs yell out during a performance, circa 2006. An otherwise unreleased (I think!) "Cats" is a total fuzz-guitar attack that may very well be my favorite point of the disc, because it's more tasteful than noisy. While not exactly essential, it is still a nice piece to add to your collection. We're not really sure how 'limited' the LP actually is, but I'd recommend scooping one while they're still here. And though plain, I think that the metallic sticker cover art is pretty cool. There ya go.