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Dawnrazor
Fields of Nephilim
Dawnrazor
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
 
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All Artists: Fields of Nephilim
Title: Dawnrazor
Members Wishing: 1
Total Copies: 0
Label: Beggars UK - Ada
Release Date: 12/9/1997
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
Styles: Indie & Lo-Fi, Goth & Industrial, American Alternative
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 607618001827

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Includes Bonus Track

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Flour Power
Crypt | Arkham | 11/13/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This cd should be a mandatory listen for all these "neo-goths" that think that Goth music and culture is all about techno and S&M. This is raw, in your face, Gothic Rock & Roll. The Nephilim still seem to be one of a kind. No other band has used their Spaghetti Western influenced image or sound. The dusty, decaying, floury Cowboy outfits, the slide guitar and slight twang, and those sore throat growls still sound completely fresh today. And what other band has taken on the task of covering an Ennio Morricone theme as they did with Harmonica Man? (Taken from Once Apon A Time In The West) Sure there are a FEW similarities to the Sisters but to say that this is a rip off is simply too narrow minded (not to mention inaccurate) for me to stomach."
Why did they change the album?
R. Reece | Orinda, CA United States | 12/30/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Warning, this CD version of Dawnrazor omits "Blue Water," which was on the original album. The Neph don't seem to have much respect for that song, but to me it was one of the highlights of their body of work. This CD includes some early cuts that were not on the original album, in my view for good reason. They sound like the less inspired early stuff you can hear compiled on the Laura CD. Still, Dawnrazor comes through as the work where Fields of the Nephilim left the Sisters of Mercy in their self-affected dust. This is not only original stuff but also powerful, something the Sisters rarely achieved. Dawnrazor fits into a four-disc Nephilim rotation (with The Nephilim, Elizium and Earth Inferno) that will reward the listener for many years."
Great nephilim
Christopher Girvan | Menzies Creek- Australia | 07/16/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Fields of Nephilim's first CD is as original as anything ever heard before, and 16 years later it sounds as brilliant as ever.The Morricone touches are a real treat and their unique sound may be compared with others but can never be a good as them. I originally bought the Revelations compilation as my first Nephilim CD and immediatally had to go back and buy them all after hearing the title track live on that CD. This band has had a huge influence on me,I even bought the controversial "Fallen" CD as well as the later Nefilim "Zoon", Rubicon "What starts ends" and Last Rites "Guided by Light" disks all by ex-Fields of Nephilim members.This is a highly influential band. Discover them and enjoy."