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Colonia (Autopsia album)

Colonia
Studio album by Autopsia
Released May 2002
Recorded 1991–1996, at Prague
Genre Minimal music, Industrial, Neoclassical, Soundscape
Length 64:45
Label Staalplaat (STCD158)
Producer Autopsia,
Autopsia chronology
Secret Block For A Secret Person In Ireland
(1999)
Song Of The Night
(2005)
The Berlin Requiem
(2006)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
fluxeuropa.com (not rated)[1]

Colonia is a compilation album by Autopsia, released by Staalplaat STCD158, Amsterdam 2002.

Contents

  • Track listing 1
  • References 2
  • External links 3
  • Genere 4

Track listing

  1. Je suis la Resurrection, the main theme from The Pillow Book (film)
  2. The Fortress Europe
  3. King og heretics
  4. Welt ist won Ertz
  5. Car Dieu a tant aime le monde
  6. Abfall und Aufsteig
  7. The secret block for a secret person in Ireland
  8. Wom Jasagen
  9. Blue of Noon

References

  1. ^ fluxeutopa review

External links

  • Autopsia
  • Staalplaat
  • Colonia MP3

Genere

minimal music, industrial, ritual, neoclassical, ambient

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