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Unnatural History 2
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Alternative Rock, Special Interest, New Age, Pop, Rock
1995 collection on Threshold/ World Serpent, a black & whitepicture disc featuring 15 rare & unreleased tracks from 1983-1993 by this twisted industrial/ experimental act formed byJohn Balance & ex-Throbbing Gristle member... more »
1995 collection on Threshold/ World Serpent, a black & whitepicture disc featuring 15 rare & unreleased tracks from 1983-1993 by this twisted industrial/ experimental act formed byJohn Balance & ex-Throbbing Gristle member Peter Christopherson. Includes the previously unreleased tracks 'In Memory Of The Truth', 'Unqiet Rest' & 'Wait, Then Return', along with numerous rarities from assorted cassette-only releases and limited edition 7' & 10' singles.
Hauntingly Beautiful, Sinister but enchanting.
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This release has a subtitle that explains it perfectly, "Smiling in the Face of Perversity". Tracks 1 through 5, track 15 and the secret track following 15 are delightfully eerie, and have the tendancy to encompass your entire being. Tracks 6 through 14 are the original versions of the Hellraiser Themes, not used because director Clive Barker felt that people would concentrate too much on the music, and not enough on the movie. Definately music for the horror movie that is going on inside your head. Excellent release to the Coil newcomer and the seasoned Coil listener alike."
Hellraiser and other assorted treats.
Mattowarrior | Madison, WI United States | 10/21/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This is the second "Unnatural History" compiliation from Coil, and in my opinion the better of the two. If only the corporate Schmucks who produced the Hellraiser series (theyre still great movies btw) let Barker do what he pleased (there are differing accounts of whether or not it was Barker who didnt want them on the soundtrack) and have this great group get their compositions on the sound track. Coil would have been seen as the next "Goblin" probably if that were the case (Goblin being Dario Argento's soundtrack group of choice and a classic band in their own right)."