Bonnie 'Prince' Billy - I See A Darkness album download
|1||A Minor Place|
|2||Nomadic Revery (All Around)|
|3||I See A Darkness|
|4||Another Day Full Of Dread|
|5||Death To Everyone|
|8||Song For The New Breed|
|9||Today I Was An Evil One|
|11||Raining In Darling|
- Artwork [Skull] – Joanne Oldham
- Illustration [Drawings] – Sammy Harkham
- Layout – Len Small
- Mastered By – Konrad Strauss
- Mixed By [With] – Gagon*, Pajo*
- Performer – Bob Arellano, Colin Gagon, Paul Oldham, Peter Townsend, Will Oldham
- Photography By – Joe Oldham
- Recorded By – Paul Oldham
NotesMade in E.U.
(P)&(C)1999 Domino Recording Co Ltd
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 7 24384 69492 0
- Other (Distribution code): PM 502
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI L047
- Matrix / Runout: 8469492
- Rights Society: Bel/BIEM
|PR 22||Bonnie 'Prince' Billy*||I See A Darkness (CD, Album, Fai)||Palace Records||PR 22||US||1998|
|WIGCD59||Bonnie 'Prince' Billy*||I See A Darkness (CD, Album)||Domino||WIGCD59||UK||1999|
|PCD-23010||Bonnie 'Prince' Billy*||I See A Darkness (CD, Album)||P-Vine Records||PCD-23010||Japan||1999|
|WIGLP 59||Bonnie 'Prince' Billy*||I See A Darkness (LP, Album, TP)||Domino||WIGLP 59||UK||1999|
|WIGCD 59||Bonnie 'Prince' Billy*||I See A Darkness (CD, Album)||Domino||WIGCD 59||UK||1999|
I See a Darkness is the sixth album by American musician Will Oldham, released on Palace Records on January 19, 1999 as the first album under the name Bonnie "Prince" Billy. The album features appearances from Bob Arellano, Colin Gagon, Paul Oldham, David Pajo, and Peter Townsend. Samir Khan of Pitchfork described the album as Oldham's "consummate offering" and the "type of record that demands solitary reverence"
Bonnie Prince Billy. Produced by Will Oldham. Album I See a Darkness. I See a Darkness Lyrics. And that I see a darkness And that I see a darkness And that I see a darkness And that I see a darkness And did you know how much I love you Is a hope that somehow you you Can save me from this darkness? Well I hope that someday, buddy We have peace in our lives Together or apart Alone or with our wives That we can stop our whoring And pull the smiles inside And light it up forever And never go to sleep My best unbeaten brother This isn't all I see. Oh no, I see a darkness Oh no, I see a darkness Oh no, I see a darkness Oh no, I see a darkness And did you know.
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I See a Darkness was the first full-length album released by Will Oldham as Bonnie "Prince" Billy, and it differs by degrees from his work as Palace Brothers and Palace Music. It still features his creaky, gnarled voice spitting forth aphorisms from a variety of narrators. The musicianship and production are improved, though not to the point of slickness. The melodies are more concise.
I See a Darkness is an album by American musician Will Oldham, released under his moniker Bonnie "Prince" Billy. Released in 1999 on Palace Records, I See a Darkness is Oldham's sixth album, and the first released under the Bonnie "Prince" Billy moniker. Club's Stephen Thompson remarked that I See a Darkness was the "most appropriate synthesis.
Tracklist: 1. A Minor Place, 2. Nomadic Revery (All Around), 3. I See A Darkness, 4. Another Day Full Of Dread, 5. Death To Everyone, 6. Knockturne, 7. Madeleine-Mary, 8. Song For The New Breed, 9. Today I Was An Evil One, 10. Black, 11. Raining In Darling. 4. Another Day Full Of Dread. 5. Death To Everyone. 8. Song For The New Breed. 9. Today I Was An Evil One.
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Michael Cragg: Will Oldham's been revisiting his back catalogue, turning a depressofest into a bit of a hoedown. The sun is sort of shining, the economy is going great guns and everyone's happy, so what better way to usher in the weekend than with a reworked version of Bonnie "Prince" Billy's ode to depression, I See a Darkness? Of course, this isn't the first time Will Oldham has covered his own songs. In 2004 he released Bonnie "Prince" Billy Sings Greatest Palace Music, turning some of his back catalogue into country-tinged singalongs.