|1||The Carnival Is Over||5:28|
|2||The Spider's Stratagem||6:42|
|3||The Ubiquitous Mr. Lovegrove||6:17|
|7||Tell Me About The Forest (You Once Called Home)||5:43|
|8||The Wind That Shakes The Barley||2:49|
|9||Yulunga (Spirit Dance)||6:56|
|10||How Fortunate The Man With None||9:15|
|11||Towards The Within||7:05|
|DAD 3013||Dead Can Dance||Into The Labyrinth (2xLP, Album)||4AD||DAD 3013||UK||1993|
|CAD 3621 CD||Dead Can Dance||Into The Labyrinth (CD, Album, RE, RM)||4AD||CAD 3621 CD||UK||2016|
|72438 390362 7||Dead Can Dance||Into The Labyrinth (CD, Album)||4AD||72438 390362 7||France||1993|
|SHOCKCD1021||Dead Can Dance||Into The Labyrinth (CD, Album)||Shock||SHOCKCD1021||Australia||1993|
|DAD 3013||Dead Can Dance||Into The Labyrinth (LP, Album, Promo, TP)||4AD||DAD 3013||UK||1993|
Bootleg replica of Into The Labyrinth, officially released by Feelee under licence from 4AD Ltd.
Packaged in a jewel case with 4-page booklet.
Into the Labyrinth is the sixth studio album by Australian band Dead Can Dance, released on 13 September 1993, by 4AD. It marked a strong shift from their previous albums, putting ethnic music influences at the forefront, as would be the case in the later albums. It was their first album completed on their own without the aid of guest musicians, and their first album to have a major-label release in the US, thanks to a distribution deal that 4AD had with Warner Bros. It featured the single. Into The Labyrinth - Dead Can Dance. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Into The Labyrinth 1993. June 4, 2018. Ryan Terpstra. Released : 13091993. Buy, listen here. Tracklist: Yulunga Spirit Dance The Ubiquitous Mr. Lovegrove The Wind That Shakes The Barley The Carnival Is Over Ariadne Saldek Towards The Within Tell Me About The Forest You Once Called Home The Spider's Stratagem Emmeleia How Fortunate The Man With None. Songs in album Dead Can Dance - Into the Labyrinth 1993. Dead Can Dance - Yulunga Spirit Dance. Dead Can Dance - The Ubiquitous Mr. Dead Can Dance - The Wind That Shakes The Barley. Dead Can Dance - The Carnival Is Over. Dead Can Dance - Ariadne. Dead Can Dance - Saldek. Dead Can Dance - Towards The Within. Dead Can Dance - Tell Me About The Forest You Once Called Home. Dead Can Dance - The Spider's Stratagem. Dead Can Dance - Emm. INTO THE LABYRINTH is the sixth Dead Can Dance album. DCD has further widened its palate to include more tribal and spiritual pieces see Saldek and Toward the Within. The album also contains covers of two relatively recent. Stand-outs from this collection include Lisa Ge read more. DCD has further widened its palate to include more tribal and spiritual pieces see Salde read more. DCD has further widened its palate to include more tribal and spiritual pieces see Saldek and Toward the Within&q read more. Wordless as always but never without emotional heft, the song slowly slides into a slow but heavy percussion piece that sounds a bit like Bird from A Passage in Time, but with greater impact and memorability. As the album slowly unwinds over an hour's length, the two again create a series of often astounding numbers that sound like they should be millennia old, mixing and matching styles to create new fusions. Dead Can Dance. Into Labyrinth Cass, Album. Play It Again Sam. Vendre cette version. DAD 3013. SHOCKCD1021. Into The Labyrinth CD, Album. Shock 2. Dead Can Dance - Anastasis excellent sound quality. Dead Can Dance - Song of the the Labyrinth is the sixth studio album by Dead Can Dance, the duo of Lisa Gerrard and Brendan Perry. Released on 13 September 1993 by 4AD, it marked a strong shift from their previous albums, putting ethnic music influences at the forefront, as would be the case in the later albums. It featured the single The Ubiquitous Mr Lovegrove. Into the Labyrinth was a majo. Honestly, Into the Labyrinth is a difficult album to recommend. The idea of mixing Medieval and world music with a focus on gloomy imagery is undeniably interesting, and by no means do Dead Can Dance execute this idea poorly. Yet, with the obvious exception of the masterful vocal performances especially in regards to Gerrards beautiful a cappella and haunting glossolalia, there is nothing truly outstanding here. The bleak tone is hard-hitting at first but is dragged-out too long, and although there are certainly some unique instruments at hand, the duos musicianship ranges from good to