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Canto 1 06:26
Saloman hung down her head Laid bare her heart For the world to see She craved for intimacy Through darkened doors Her aspect veiled with indecision Gazed out to sea She craved lucidity Cast adrift From past relationships in her life Hoisted up the ideal This was her saving grace Seas of rage that once assailed her Concern for the truth Had past her by And left her high and dry In her saviors arms In her saviors arms In her saviors arms In her saviors arms Across the sea Lies the fountain of renewal Where you will see? The whole cause of your loneliness Can be measured in dreams That transcend all these lies And I wish, and I pray That there may come a day For a saviors arms For a saviors arms For a saviors arms For a saviors arms


CONTRAPASSO is the second album in a trilogy of analog synthesizer music that was begun with the 2007 release of Wound Up By God or the Devil.

CONTRAPASSO is loosely inspired by Dante's Inferno and features my good friend Melissa R Kaplan of the band Universal Hall Pass on a cover of the Dead Can Dance song "Enigma of the Absolute" along with 8 original compositions


released September 1, 2011

written by k.crooker // published by speed of dark music // vocals on "enigma of the absolute" by melissa r kaplan (universal hall pass) // "enigma of the absolute" written by lisa gerrard and brendan perry of dead can dance // mastered by dave locke @ jpmasters // photos from the photoset "dream of the fisherman's wife" courtesy of visioluxus // layout by mike krentz


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Symbion Project Seattle, Washington

Musique électronique sophistiquée pour les auditeurs exigeants

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