Into The Labyrinth

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'Into the Labyrinth' (1993) is the sixth Dead Can Dance studio album, and with this release they further widened their palate to include more tribal and spiritual pieces (see 'Saldek' and 'Toward the Within'). The album also contains covers of two relatively recent songs (considering that the band usually favours the 14th and 16th centuries), 'The Wind That Shakes the Barley,' an Irish protest song written in the mid-1800s and 'How Fortunate the Man With None,' which was adapted from a piece by 20th-century playwright Bertold Brecht.


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
Bird
Spirit
Format: 2xLP
Label: 4AD
Catalogue numbers: DAD 3621

Companies:
Engineered At-Quivvy Church
Produced At-Quivvy Church
Remastered At-Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab
Pressed By-MPO
Published By-Universal Music Publishing
Published By-Momentum 3
Copyright (c)-Brecht Music Co.
Copyright (c)-Stefan S. Brecht
Phonographic Copyright (p)-4AD
Copyright (c)-4AD

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Barcode-6 52637 36211 4
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Matrix / Runout-MPO DAD 3621 C2
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Media Condition: Mint (M)
Sleeve Condition: Mint (M)



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