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Dawnrazor is the debut studio album by English gothic rock band Fields of the Nephilim. It was released in May 1987, through record label Situation Two. The introductory track contains a sample of the Ennio Morricone theme "Man with the Harmonica" from Sergio Leone's epic 1968 western film Once Upon a Time in the West.
Album, Октябрь 1990, Beggars Banquet. 1. (Dead But Dreaming). 3. At the Gates of Silent Memory. 4. (Paradise Regained). 6. Sumerland (What Dreams May Come). 8. And There Will Your Heart Be Also. 12. Dawnrazor (Live). Tracklist of Limited Bonus CD. Submission Two (The Dub Posture). 2. Preacher Man (Contaminated Mix). Celebrate (Second Seal).
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Like all the best bands, Fields Of The Nephilim came across as a gang that you could not only believe in, but actually wanted to join or, in their case, saddle and up and ride with. The shoot-out logo on the back cover of those initial singles – coupled with the names McCoy/ Yates/ Wright/ Pettitt/ Wright – was an invitation to world far removed from the daily grind of the real world. This was something you could hang, yes, your hat on. Their next single, the imperial ‘Preacher Man’, sealed the deal as it heralded the release of Dawnrazor. But if you thought you’d caught the measure of Fields Of The Nephilim from the singles alone, then their debut album, Dawnrazor, released 30 years ago this month, held a number of surprises that at once consolidated their position of a band indulging the joys of six-string action and alternative belief systems – you really can’t beat of a bit of.
Dawnrazor - Студийный альбом от Fields of the Nephilim. В альбом вошло 15 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 01:06:58. Fields of the Nephilim - Vet for the Insane (Islington Academy) 2015 filmed by Nigel Limer. Fields of the Nephilim - Vet for the Insane (Live at the Marquee 31 Dec 1987).
Losing the saxophone player from earlier EPs and taking advantage of better budgets and studios, the Nephilim on their first full album established themselves as serious contenders in the goth world. It certainly didn't hurt having signed to Beggars Banquet, home of such acts as Bauhaus and the Cult, though the more obvious source of the Nephilim's sound at this point was the Sisters of Mercy, various attempts to deny it aside