It was a long wait for this one. My only regret is that I am unable to catch their reunion tour live. Might there be a live recording coming our way perhaps? Well, I can hope. The recording quality is impeccable, capturing the duo's vocal talents as I had hoped. The songs are, as expected, haunting and uplifting spiritually. Of course, as is normal for Lisa Gerrard, I have no idea what she is singing much of the time since I am a stupid American and only speak English, but I just love her voice She could be singing "I am going to chop your ignorant American butt into taffy" in Turkish for all I know.
And if she were to do it, I would probably just smile and die peacefully as long as she didn't stop singing. Also as expected, there is quite a range of world influences, especially Mediterranean, British Isles and modern Euro goth, with somewhat minimalist orchastration which crosses all borders, mind, body and spirit. I must also note that the percussion is especially crisp throughout the album, to a degree which I do not recall noting in their past work.
I can finally stop wearing out my copy of Towards the Within and listen to something new. Listening to this album was like revisiting the older albums but with the depth of further decades of reflection. I'm an expert at nothing but what I love. I have loved this band for decades, not every song equally, and some albums more than others, but this feels like the return of an old friend.
Sometimes the conversation makes you smile, and sometimes makes you cry. Music as art must do this as well or there is not point. In that respect, a perfect album. This is an exceptional album by Dead can Dance.
It is amazing hearing them produce mind blowing and original music after all these years. Did the breakup have an effect? Of course. And it is definitely audible in this record. They seem more distant to each other and it shows in the songs somehow. I think it adds maturity to the album. It is a great album. Both musicians deliver in terms of singing.
I mean Lisa Gerrard? Any better female voice on earth? She is still breath taking- quite literally in some songs, for me. Brandon is also still good- though his age shows on the first track. His songwriting capabilities are still top notch. Although I adore Lisa's voice and song writing in general, the best piece on this album is Amnesia which is by Brandon. To sum up, a terrific album that only Dead can Dance could have made.
It also makes me sad to be reminded of what the cumulative human experience has lost in the past 16 years during which this duo did not produce music together. I mostly listen to progressive metal and metal in general. But Dead can Dance is still strong in my top three list.
There is simply no music that comes even close to what Dead Can Dance can deliver and the kind of journey this duo can take on your mind and soul is just not comparable to anything else on the planet. To many more albums!!! See all reviews. Top reviews from other countries. The album is a masterpiece! I hope it's a problem of the version that came to me!
But there are no good reviews in discogs. I think it's a general problem. I recommend you to research before purchasing. I am not satisfied with this version. Splean and ideal was the first album i bought on vinyl back in the day so I can say that I am a little bit of a veteren of dcd. The new album was a bit of a better sound since the band split after the spirit chaser album which I thought struggled. Lisa gerrard has always done her little bit with such a great voice and Brenden perry's opium has echoes of black sun.
It is funny how the two of them even though having successful solo careers being back together again touch a note that neither of them could achieve on their own. I was a litle disappointed to learn that the bonus disc is only an edited version of the two disc live concert as the pre order advertisment stated it to be a single disc. A little bit of bad advertising means that who ever now wants the full concert will have to buy the concert seperatly ,so please be aware of this.
None the less saying that considdering that it is a bonus disc you can't really complain. The Inner sleave lists the musicians and bit about the dcd tour for the big fans. I first came across this on a chance view on the internet and wanted the cd ever since. Brendan Perry and Lisa Gerrard must be unique in their multi cultural style and the sheer articulate beauty. This is my favourite at the moment, along with all the rest of their albums of course!
Being a fan of Dead Can Dance since the eighties I was taken by surprise that they have actually recorded a new CD after such a long silence whilst pursuing their solo projects. The CD confirms the most amazing talent of those exeptional musicians who strived to be different.
Their unique style, attempted to be copied by so many is still at the forefront of most amazing music that my ears have ever heard. This CD is no exeption. Mysterious atmosphere from the very first notes of their haunting music continues all throughout the CD. I can listen to them over and over again If you have never heard of them - you have not lived!
Listen and be spellbound! Highly recommeded music. One of the Best!!! A Big Thank you! DCD new musical work sounds great! The music is delicate, effective and at times quite moving. Like all DCD prior works Anastasis has a life of its own. The CD is comprised of 8 songs. Lisa and Brendan sing four songs each. Lisa presents us all her talent with her beautiful voice. Brendan's voice and lyrics what can I say Musically, DCD performs another unique combination of instruments and compositions. Although; synthesizers may be the protagonist at times of the background music, they are beautifully and brilliantly executed.
The sounds are very visual and often cinematic. Anastasis is another 5 star DCD musical gem. So as I mentioned on the title a big thank you to DCD for the "resurrection" and "regeneration"! See you in Buenos Aires on December 6th! Your recently viewed items and featured recommendations.
The other key element in her singing-- employing glossolalia, substituting comprehensive language with a melodic, exploratory rapture conveyed by her range alone-- defines her lead performances in turn, first appearing to the full on "Anabasis", her rich warmth flowing across everything from strings that suggest Egyptian orchestras to electric guitar to, at one breathtaking moment, near silence. There's a suffused steadiness that steers the album, but with time, the individual strengths of each song manifest; the slow vocal and instrumental raptures toward the conclusion of "Agape", the beguiling sway of "Opium", where Perry sings about being unable to choose a way forward.
And "Return of the She-King", one of the band's very few duets, sums up the exact reason Dead Can Dance retain their appeal. It's the kind of impact and elegance that can be hard to put into words, but searching for a perfect expression is arguably exactly what Dead Can Dance have always strived to achieve. Here, they find it more often than not. Orville Peck. Red Velvet. Confidence Man. Christian Alexander.
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Anastasis is a studio album by the British-Australian band Dead Can Dance. It is the eighth studio album by the band and the first after Brendan Perry and Lisa Gerrard disbanded in It was officially released on 13 August by PIAS. Anastasis is a studio album by the British-Australian band Dead Can Dance. It is the eighth studio album by the band and the first after Brendan Perry. Dead Can Dance's first new album together in 16 years finds Brendan Perry and Lisa Gerrard in fine form, seamlessly incorporing sounds from.