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Coil - Den Haag mp3 track

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Performer: Coil
Title: Den Haag
Style: Experimental
Category: Electronic
Rating: 4.8 ✦
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Anarcadia 13:34
Amethyst Deceivers 9:20
Broccoli 8:53
Backwards / Constant Shallowness Leads To Evil 20:25


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
none Coil Den Haag ‎(CDr, Ltd, RM, Unofficial) Not On Label (Coil) none Unknown
none Coil Den Haag, The Netherlands - June 7, 2002 - New Forms 3 Festival ‎(CD, Unofficial) Not On Label (Coil) none Unknown

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Live at Theater Aan Het Spui, Den Haag 0. 6.

Final Coil, Leicester, United Kingdom. That the British Final Coil had proven to have still untapped potential was taken for granted after listening to ‘Persistence of Memory’, but perhaps we never thought we would find ourselves with an album of this magnitude already. - MetalEyes IY. .Darker, angrier and heavier than it’s predecessor, this is an almost perfect follow up, building on everything that the debut got right and moulding it to perfection.

COIL’s ‘Lost Rivers’ sessions occurred during their London studio time in the winter season of December 1995-February 1996 (for what ultimately became the A Thousand Lights In A Darkened Room album). A track from this specific set of recordings appeared on the vinyl-only pressing of that album and another track featured on a psychedelic magazine compilation album. Around this recording time Jhonn Balance received a fax from David Tibet containing evocative passages from the Crackanthorpe ‘Vignettes’ journal from 1896.

Live at the New Forms III. Theater aan het Spui, Den Haag, NL. June 7, 2002. 15-second segment of Backwards only. Backwards, The Remote Viewer phase. John Balance – bells on Anarcadia: All Horned Animals. Peter "Sleazy" Christopherson. Simon Norris (Ossian Brown) – bells on Anarcadia: All Horned Animals. Cliff Stapleton – hurdy-gurdy. Massimo Villani – performer. Pierce Wyss – performer.

The core duo of Peter Christopherson and John Balance are joined by Clint Ruin (aka Jim Thirlwell), whose role in the production cannot be underestimated, as well as Stephen E. Thrower, Alternative TV's Alex Ferguson, vocalist Gavin Friday of Virgin Prunes, and one Raoul Revere (who is in fact British camp pop legend and Soft Cell vocalist Marc Almond).