Swans - Soundtracks For The Blind



8.7 | 19 votes |
Release date: 22 October 1996
Style: Post-punk , Post-rock

Owners:

14 have it
1 wants it


Disc I [Silver]
01. Red Velvet Corridor
02. I Was A Prisoner In Your Skull
03. Helpless Child
04. Live Through Me
05. Yum-Yab Killers
06. The Beautiful Days
07. Volcano
08. Mellothumb
09. All Lined Up
10. Surrogate 2
11. How They Suffer
12. Animus

Disc II [Cooper]
01. Red Velvet Wound
02. The Sound
03. Her Mouth Is Filled With Honey
04. Blood Section
05. Hypogirl
06. Minus Something
07. Empathy
08. I Love You This Much
09. YRP
10. Fan's Lament
11. Secret Friends
12. The Final Sacrifice
13. YRP 2
14. Surrogate Drone


Comments

Comments: 3   Visited by: 44 users
18.09.2017 - 21:49
Rating: 10
God Alone
Yay, Swans on MS!!
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18.09.2017 - 22:19
3rdWorld
China was a neat
Yum-Yab Killers is a masterpiece and probably my favorite in this sprawling gargantuan masterpiece. Seriously the songwriting and sound just flows so smoothly here just like it should be in all classic albums. One of my favorite albums to listen during long-distance travels as well.
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04.11.2019 - 23:35
Alakazam
This was special. I'll have to relistin again after picing it back up from a years ago initial introduction. The Jarboe editions are perhaps nice enough to pick up however I'll have to see if hype matches. Strange how roughly a year after introduction I've started to appreciate from relistening to liking Swans coincidently. Especially this and the Seer. Something Lynchian/X-Files/Neurosis sounds accumilating from the 90's atmosphere about it's place. The likely had all ear connection to Swans but their influence may not be heavily clear.

[edit] adding the Jarboe art box to wantlist. An emotional, moving drive. This is having in collection level tier along with The Seer. It feels so endearing when something you return to (as I have the tendency to for great effect ala Burzum, Type O Negative, dISEMBOWELMENT, The Pernicious Enigma) brings out more to what you enjoy happening today. It gives the music of the past more weight to enjoy more out from it. Not sure what I'm trying to emphasise other than love and relation in respect really.
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