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Thursday, January 2, 2014

FIELDS OF THE NEPHILIM / Dawnrazor (1987)

The cover art looks like it promises a musical version of John Carpenter's The Fog, but the music within is 90% Sisters of Mercy and 10% Ennio Morricone. Plus, it has Carl McCoy being mysterious and emotionally pained - just like Andrew Eldritch does, yes. If any of that sounds like it'll float your goat, then you're all set.

Songs of Note: Vet for the Insane; Preacher Man

4 weeping flowers out of 5

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