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Current 93 - Horsey mp3 album

  • Performer: Current 93
  • Title: Horsey
  • Genre: Electronic / Rock
  • Country: Canada
  • Formats: WAV ASF MOD FLAC MOD XM TTA
  • Released: 1997
  • Style: Experimental, Neofolk
  • MP3 album: 1456 mb
  • FLAC album: 1407 mb
  • Rating: 4.8/5
  • Votes: 609
Current 93 - Horsey mp3 album

She's pouring brown gold Into her veins She lost her own way Years ago Her sister calls her From the dark side of the night And she falls with that call It's the only way out She tells me "I love you" But it's only a game So she slides through the silence She's fixing her time To fall

Current 93's entry for 1990, Horse (later Horsey) catches the group experimenting with their folk sound. An overlooked album in the C93 catalogue - possible due to its original release part of a 3LP box set with Sol Invictus and Nurse With Wound - it poses an interesting alternate timeline for the band, had they continued down this route. The cover of Comus's 'Diana' is cleverly built around a loop from the original. Over this, Current 93 completely reinvent the song. Tibet's new vocal phrasing is coupled with thrashing, distorted guitar, bring a new kind of intensity. The heavy guitar sound on Horsey would be retired from the Current 93 sound until Aleph at Hallucinatory Mountain, almost 20 years later, making this album a fascinating release. Thankfully the strength of most of the songs keeps it from being little more than a curio. Antworten Mich bei Antworten benachrichtigen Helpful.

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Horsey by Current 93, released 23 January 2014 1. Diana 2. The Death Of the Corn 3. Tree 4. Broken Birds Fly I (Maldoror Waits) 5. Horsey 6. Broken Birds Fly (Maldoror Wails) Personnel: David Tibet Steven Stapleton Tony Wakeford Dik Douglas P. Makoto Kawaguchi Ichihara Shinya Uchida Ryuji Takashima Satoru Sleeve Notes: Current 93 on the crippled hobbyhorse in England: David Tibet, Steven Stapleton, Tony Wakeford, Dik, Douglas P. Current 93 on the seared shore of Shizuka: David Tibet, Kawagachi Makoto, Ichihara Shinya, Uchida Ryuji, Takashima Satoru.

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All the Pretty Little Horses () is an album by English band Current 93. It forms the second part of the Inmost Light trilogy; the first being 1995's Where the Long Shadows Fall () and the last being 1996's The Starres Are Marching Sadly Home (ndfinal). Unlike its bookends, All the Pretty Little Horses is a full-length album

Tracklist Hide Credits

England
1 Diana
Engineer – Colin PotterMixed By – Steven StapletonPerformer – David Tibet, Dik , Douglas P.*, Steven Stapleton, Tony WakefordWritten-By – Colin Pearson
8:56
2 The Death Of The Corn
Engineer – Colin PotterMixed By – Steven StapletonPerformer – David Tibet, Dik , Douglas P.*, Steven Stapleton, Tony Wakeford
5:59
3 Tree
Engineer – Colin PotterMixed By – Steven StapletonPerformer – David Tibet, Dik , Douglas P.*, Steven Stapleton, Tony Wakeford
6:35
Japan
4 Broken Birds Fly I (Maldoror Waits)
Engineer – Magick Lantern CyclePerformer – David Tibet, Ichihara Shinya, Kawagachi Makoto*, Takashima Satoru, Uchida Ryuji
8:46
5 Horsey
Engineer – Magick Lantern CyclePerformer – David Tibet, Ichihara Shinya, Kawagachi Makoto*, Takashima Satoru, Uchida Ryuji
14:19
6 Broken Birds Fly II (Maldoror Wails)
Engineer – Magick Lantern CyclePerformer – David Tibet, Ichihara Shinya, Kawagachi Makoto*, Takashima Satoru, Uchida Ryuji
10:18

Companies, etc.

  • Made By – PDO, UK – 10451901
  • Recorded At – IC Studio
  • Distributed By – World Serpent
  • Copyright (c) – Durtro
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Ouroubouros
  • Mixed At – IC Studio
  • Engineered At – IC Studio
  • Published By – Our Music Ltd.

Credits

  • Artwork – Lilith Stapleton
  • Written-By – D. Tibet* (tracks: 2 to 6)

Notes

Tracks 1-3 were originally released on the Horse album and recorded at ICR Studios, Tollerton, York.
Tracks 4-6 were recorded live in Shizuoka, Japan.
Track 6 first appeared on a 7" record given away with the Ptolemaic Terrascope magazine.
Track 4 is previously unreleased.

Track 1 was originally performed by Comus on their album First Utterance. Published by Our Music Ltd.

Includes 12-page booklet with lyrics.

Made in England

© Durtro 1990 / 1997
℗ Ouroubouros 1997

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (written): 5 021958 531021
  • Barcode (scanned): 5021958531021
  • Matrix / Runout (Variation 1): DURTRO0032CD 02 &
  • Matrix / Runout (Variation 1): MADE IN U.K. BY PDO
  • Matrix / Runout (Variation 2): DURTRO032CD 10451901 02 &
  • Matrix / Runout (Variation 2): MADE IN U.K. BY PMDC
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 0495
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L134

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
none Current 93 Horsey ‎(6xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Not On Label (Current 93 Self-released) none Canada 2014

Reviews about Current 93 - Horsey (1):
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Current 93's entry for 1990, Horse (later Horsey) catches the group experimenting with their folk sound. An overlooked album in the C93 catalogue - possible due to its original release part of a 3LP box set with Sol Invictus and Nurse With Wound - it poses an interesting alternate timeline for the band, had they continued down this route.The cover of Comus's 'Diana' is cleverly built around a loop from the original. Over this, Current 93 completely reinvent the song. Tibet's new vocal phrasing is coupled with thrashing, distorted guitar, bring a new kind of intensity to the piece. And unlike most C93 pieces of the time, it doesn't outstay its welcome at nine minutes. 'The Death of the Corn' returns to the mournful folk sound of Earth Covers Earth (doubtless another Tony Wakeford composition), and is one of the finest songs of this era. 'Tree', in contrast, cuts the folk sound out entirely, replacing it with layers of fuzz guitar. The second side of the album was originally taken up with the title track, recorded live in Japan with psychedelic metal band Magick Lantern Cycle. As the track builds in intensity towards a thrash-like climax, the contrast between the music and Tibet's vocals becomes somewhat ridiculous, and the song enters the territory that every Current 93 fan enters once in while, where laughter is the only realistic response. It's a fairly ridiculous piece of music, but entertainingly so.Two rather samey live versions of 'Broken Birds Fly', also recorded with Magick Lantern Cycle, feature as bonus tracks on the CD edition. These fall into the 'too long and repetitive for their own good' territory for my taste, although your mileage may vary. On the whole, I'm not sure the Maldoror theme really needed revisiting at this point.The heavy guitar sound on Horsey would be retired from the Current 93 sound until Aleph at Hallucinatory Mountain, almost 20 years later, making this album a fascinating release. Thankfully the strength of most of the songs keeps it from being little more than a curio.

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