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Jouissance - Sunlight Penetrates The Crown mp3 album

  • Performer: Jouissance
  • Title: Sunlight Penetrates The Crown
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Formats: FLAC MIDI MP2 MP4 AHX MP3 DMF
  • Released: 1992
  • Style: Abstract, Electro, Experimental, Industrial
  • MP3 album: 1770 mb
  • FLAC album: 1353 mb
  • Rating: 4.2/5
  • Votes: 495
Jouissance - Sunlight Penetrates The Crown mp3 album

While the CD consists of only a single track, the following appears as the tracklisting on the tray-card: he, her you 1 - DROOLING SLAVERING ready for the 2 - CLINIC OF THE COMPOSITE BODY the 3 - UTERUS MATRIX bears a baby bright red 4 - LIVID LIPS kiss 5 - THE GORY MAN twitching, sybaritic, sated 6 - ASCENT OF PSYCHIATRY AND THE MILITARY the patriarch murmurs "no", yet 7 - HOLD A HEART TO THE SUNLIGHT.

At the Crown of Eternal Sunlight Lyrics. In the north At the northernmost point Of the moon Standing at the rim Of another wide old, worn gray crater I saw it. I stood there in the sun Waiting for days Just to be sure I never slept I couldn’t sleep The anger wouldn’t leave me As the countless hours passed The beating of my heart only gained speed. Along the towering edge of that deep deep crater The sun always shone It never set Under that unyielding, all consuming, unyielding scalding glare In a funny way it made me think of home.

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Detailed screenshot guide with map information for "Where sunlight penetrates Dwarven delves" Skyshard. Achievement: Lower Craglorn Skyshards. This shard can be found inside dungeon Rkhardarhrk in central Craglorn. You can approach and enter the dungeon from south. There is a small pond outside Rkhardarhrk and a couple of stone pillars to make the approach more unique. Shard is in the northern part of the cave, just before the entrance with two huge stone pillars that have two gas panels.

Sunlight penetrates the green deciduous woodland nice green color. Photo Taken On: September 17th, 2012. Sunlight penetrates forest Light that penetrates the clouds Sunlight penetrates the eaves Anaga mountains covered with laurel forest Tenerife Canary Islands The sun penetrates through the clouds and makes a beautiful landscape Light through autumn leaves Sunset and sunrise with dramatic sky over ocean The sunrise through the window in the field.


1 Sunlight Penetrates The Crown 57:00


  • Cover, Layout – M.H. Graphicks*
  • Instruments, Arranged By, Composed By – Michael Sefton
  • Photography By – Alex Brattell*


While the CD consists of only a single track, the following appears as the tracklisting on the tray-card:

he, her you
ready for the
bears a baby bright red
twitching, sybaritic, sated
the patriarch murmurs "no", yet
Reviews about Jouissance - Sunlight Penetrates The Crown (1):
Although there are seven separate pieces on this album, the CD reads the time code as being one track only. While this makes little difference to the sound, it makes it difficult to tell where one track closes & another begins. The area this falls into is a sort of Experimental dance with one foot in EBM while maintaining a feel & fluid approach which sets it apart from the more mechanical ANTLER-SUBWAY groups. "he, her, you, Drooling, Slavering" opens play - starting with atmospherics - STOCKHAUSEN / VARESE-like weirdness coupled with fading in and out female heavy breathing. It gels into a medium-paced piece of dance music with strictly defined drums & a complex mass of sounds all swirling around the listener in distorted/twisted facsimiles of real musical shapes. It warps normality in the same way Salvador Dali did with everyday objects - Soft Watches an obvious example. This has the ever-oncoming feel of CABARET VOLTAIRE circa the CREPUSCULE period - "Secret Agent Man" etc. Sampled voices repeat at intervals, adding to the atmosphere while squeeky sounds like dog toys become integral to the rhythm. The rhythm collapses, echoing in heavy slabs of sound to bridge between each track, forming it's sounds into "ready for the Clinic Of The Composite Body" which follows similar lines with a trilling Red Indian- like warcry tinkered into the ever-onward dance logic which enters a mad world of 'altered' drum machine sounds. High pitched sounds play a part in the structure, existing a degree beneath the pain threshold. Again looped sound, rolling with spikes, forms a bridge between this track and the next, "the Uterus Matrix" which opens as another weird looped thing. before forming into a rhythmic piece, a lot more subtle than the others, like a cross between John Carpenter's early film soundtracks, and a timeless, airless suburban Jazz. Over this are various moments of chilling strangeness - industrial masses form & dissolve~ hysterical / orgiastic female voices, bereft of humanity moan in a non-language. It eventually dissolves into a non-beat weirdness which reminds me of the more atmospheric pieces from "Beating The Retreat" only stranger. This melts into "bears a baby bright red Livid Lips" again a mass of industrial noise, twisted into painful contortions, smashed into semi-animal submission. Out of this amalgam of fused sound grows another cold sub- (or super-) EBM piece - a medium-fast paced dance track which avoids 'tune' in favour of 'effect'. It doesn't shy away from using non-sync'd sounds, and some of these - water, crashing, hard- edged sounds survive the crash which concludes the previous track, allowing "kiss The Gory Man" its freedom. It's another piece which has a peculiar atmosphere. straddling between TG and Body Music, while having clear, bizarre identity of its own - a fast, high rhythm, reminding me a little of some of the things REICH did with tuned percussion - xylophones or marimbas or whatever - over which waves of strange sounds sweep - from Industrial grey masses to warped voices. "twitching, sybaritic, sated, Ascent Of Psychiatry And The Military" pulls itself out of a sucking mud pool of looped voice & found sound - it forms into a bright & frenetic drum pattern, full of dimensions & strange, disturbing noises, while the percussive patterns change direction - first this way, then that, becoming a thick, intricately involved piece, then thinning out to a minimal rhythm, around which found nois, whistles & looping, echoing voices all weave their sound, adding to the atmosphere. Finally, rising out of the shattered remains of the previous track comes "the patriarch murmers 'no' yet Holds A Heart To The Sunlight" - this piece as shattered & strange as the previous one, yet the drums are harder more formed, like whiplash across bare, untainted skin. Again it collapses into non-beat, a strange mind-swamp of audio images - barely human voices moan and growl, shout & gibber. It forms rhythms again then visits vet another corner of Dystopia, to see yet another twisted post-human tableau of pain, misery & suffering. Out of this forms the most basic, most post-apocalyptic rhythm on the whole album - metal bashin' forms the bas/s/e while all manner of sounds, rooted in organic, play over the top of this tribal slow dance. It's not so easy to describe this album, because although it has the technology of the EBM school, it maintains a savage, primitive - something more akin to WHITEHOUSE in sound, and even has degrees of DEATH IN JUNE while sounding a nothing like any of them. A hard-edged, uncompromising album full of audio surprises. Originally reviewed for Soft Watch.

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