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Beauty Reaps The Blood Of Solitude
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nature and organisation - Beauty Reaps The Blood Of Solitude

nature and organisation

Beauty Reaps The Blood Of Solitude

€ 33.90

LABEL: Trisol
GENRE: Electronic | FORMAT: LP | CATALOG N. TRI 585 LP | YEAR. (2018)

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Formed in 1983 by iconic English artist, musician and composer Michael Cashmore (who also worked with Current 93), Nature And Organisation utilised a mix of acoustic instruments, surreal sound collages, cut-up super 8mm film and tape loops to create a sound that would later be regarded as influential in the genre of post-industrial music. This album, originally from 1994, is now reissued on black vinyl (limited to 500 copies) and presented in a gatefold sleeve (foil blocked in gold and red). The all new artwork is done by Michael Cashmore.

In the mid 80's Cashmore came into contact with David Tibet which he later joined in 1990. For the next 20 years Cashmore wrote almost exclusively all of the music for the group including the seminal albums "Of Ruine or some Blazing Starre", "Sleep has His House", "Soft Black Stars" and "Thunder Perfect Mind". Not only is he responsible for influential songs like "A Sadness Song", "Whilst The Night Rejoices Profound And Still" or "The Bloodbells Chime" that are long considered classic of the progressive folk and industrial genre, he moreover has written music for British wave legend Marc Almond (Soft Cell) and avant garde sensation Anohni. An artist renowned for his eclectic work and poignant nature, Cashmore is revered by music lovers as one of Britain's most influential and inspiring composers. "Beauty Reaps the Blood of Solitude", released in 1994, it included collaborations with David Tibet (ex-PSYCHIC TV, CURRENT 93), Douglas P. (Dath in June) and Steven Stapleton (Nurse With Wound) and demonstrated an advancement in the sound and composition of the groups musical output. With its mix of classical, acoustic and industrial elements "Beauty Reaps the Blood of Solitude" is now regarded as one of the most influential and seminal albums in the post-industrial/neofolk genres.

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