Dead Can Dance - Spleen And Ideal album download
Tracklist Hide Credits
|1||De Profundis (Out Of The Depths Of Sorrow)
Soprano Vocals – Andrew Hutton
|4||The Cardinal Sin||5:29|
|6||Enigma Of The Absolute||4:13|
|9||Indoctrination (A Design For Living)||4:14|
- Producer – Dead Can Dance, John A. Rivers
- Written-By – Dead Can Dance
NotesBootleg copy of this issue, same print on CD.
Poor quality manufacturing (plastic, paper, ink).
Clear plastic case but 1-sided back card, gatefold insert sleeve blank inside.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text): 5 014436 512025
- Matrix / Runout: CAD 512 CD
- Mould SID Code: IFPI K403
- Other (SPARS Code): AAD
- Other (Printed on CD): G13-99-343-00/V.J6 A 16-3
|CAD 512||Dead Can Dance||Spleen And Ideal (LP, Album)||4AD||CAD 512||UK||1985|
|CAD 512, VG 50422||Dead Can Dance||Spleen And Ideal (LP, Album)||4AD, Virgin||CAD 512, VG 50422||Greece||1985|
|CAD 512 CD||Dead Can Dance||Spleen And Ideal (CD, Album, RP)||4AD||CAD 512 CD||Europe||2002|
|VIN180LP007||Dead Can Dance||Spleen And Ideal (LP, Album, RE, RM, 180)||Vinyl 180, 4AD||VIN180LP007||UK||2008|
|CAD C 512||Dead Can Dance||Spleen And Ideal (Cass, Album)||4AD||CAD C 512||UK||1985|
Spleen and Ideal is the second studio album by Australian musical act Dead Can Dance. It was released on 25 November 1985 by record label 4AD. The album features a transition between the band's post-punk and gothic rock-influenced debut album towards a neoclassical dark wave style.
With this amazing album, Dead Can Dance fully took the plunge into the heady mix of musical traditions that would come to define its sound and style for the remainder of its career. The straightforward goth affectations are exchanged for a sonic palette and range of imagination. Calling it "haunting" and "atmospheric" barely scratches even the initial surface of the album's power.
Hybrid CD, SACD mini-LP replica, including obi-strip, inner sleeve & booklet. Recorded and mixed at Woodbine St. Recording Studios during September - November 1985. SACD mastered at Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab. All music published by Universal Music Publishing, Momentum 3. Original recordings ℗ 1985 4AD. ℗ 2008 4AD. Made in Japan. Special thanks to Julian and Maureen for their gracious hospitality.
Dead Can Dance (1984, album). The band's debut album featured a ritual mask from Papua New Guinea, to mirror the reasoning behind the band's name, which was written on the cover in the Greek characters ΔΞΛΔ CΛΝ ΔΛΝCΞ. Perry: "The mask, once a living part of the tree, is now supposedly dead. step into their own unique realm. Spleen and Ideal (album, 1985). The big leap forward, musically and conceptually. Dead Can Dance's second album cover ramped up the enigma - a photograph of a figure in a hooded red cape, holding aloft a cut-out, slightly battered cardboard white star in front of a huge, half-demolished building. The image resembled a still from one of the medieval-set films by Russian director Andrei Tarkovsky, shot in some forgotten corner of Eastern Europe.
Listen free to Dead Can Dance – Spleen and Ideal (De Profundis (Out of the Depths of Sorrow), Ascension and more). Spleen and Ideal is the second album recorded by Dead Can Dance, released in 1986. A rather ethereal form of gothic music, similar to the origins of its debut album, Dead Can Dance, and followed a more world music- and d content, with lyrics based on the writings of Charles Baudelaire and Thomas de Quincey. It is considered the group's best album from a lyrical standpoint.
In these thickly atmospheric tracks, DCD lyrically invoke the spirit of French decadent poet Charles Baudelaire as they explore the nexus between sensual indulgence and spiritual obsession. Tracks like De Profundis (Out of the Depths of Sorrow) and Circumradiant Dawn are solemn, sinister liturgies, relieved by the serpentine pulsations animating The Cardinal Sin and Indoctrination (A Design for Living). Like a strange hothouse blossom, Dead Can Dance brought exotic colors to the post-punk scene when they emerged in the ‘80s. Singers Lisa Gerrard and Brendan Perry used the exalted gloom of Medieval European music as a departure point, then added international influences along with a modern rhythmic sensibility.
Band Name Dead Can Dance. Album Name Spleen and Ideal. Erscheinungsdatum 11 November 1985. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen29. 1. De Profundis (Out of the Depths of Sorrow).
Spleen and Ideal is the first Dead Can Dance album where we get to hear the sound that they would play for the rest of their career with a few changes along the way. The seft-titled debut album is very much in goth rock/ new wave territory while Spleen and Ideal in large has moved away from that style. The music has taken a turn towards a more ethnic approach since the goth rock debut. For 1985 this is a good production though.
Dead Can Dance’s second album, Spleen And Ideal (1985), saw them experiment more with instrumentation, abandoning guitars in favour of cello, trombone and timpani. Widely acclaimed, there was now a richness of unification between voice and music, lyrics and structure, showing they had a concrete sense of the aural ideal they were striving towards. It’s title was taken from Spleen et Idéal, a collection of poems by 18th century French poet Charles Baudelaire. The 2016 LP version is a repress of the original release.