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Vendita CD, DVD e Vinili usati - musica Black Metal e Dark estrema
Mint copy of this very edition:
Comes as a 6 Panel 2 Tray CD DigiPak with Low Centre Slit-Cut and a 24-paged booklet containing expanded artwork & extensive liner notes.
Recorded and mixed at Easy Sound Recording, Copenhagen, Denmark in July 1983.
Digitally remastered by Chris Gehringer (The Hit Factory, New York, New York).
Track 8 is an out-take from the 'Melissa' recording sessions.
Black Masses originally appeared as the B-side of The "Black Funeral" single and later on the album The Beginning
Tracks 9-11 produced and mixed for BBC Radio 1's "The Friday Rock Show" and recorded in 8 hours on March 19, 1983. Appears courtesy of BBC Enterprises Ltd.
These versions were recorded 3½ months prior to the versions on the 'Melissa' album. Originally appeared on the album The Beginning.
Track 12 recorded at Kharma Studio, Copenhagen, Denmark (late Autumn 1981) before Mercyful Fate was signed. Originally appeared on the album Return Of The Vampire
Track 13 recorded before Mercyful Fate was signed. Originally appeared on the compilation Metallic Storm and later as a bonus track on the CD remaster of The Beginning
Note: On tracks 12 & 13, Benny Peterson plays guitar along with Hank Shermann, as Michael Denner had yet to join the band.
The DVD footage was recorded live at the Dynamo in Eindhoven, Netherlands, 1983. It also includes a commentary track by King Diamond.
Media: Very Good Plus (VG+)
Sleeve: Very Good Plus (VG+)
CD comes in a 6 panel digipak.
Media Condition: Mint (M)
Sleeve Condition: Near Mint (NM or M-)
Behind Dim Lights hides Finnish award-winning composer, producer and multi-instrumentalist Ville Pallonen, founder of Chaoswaves Composing and better known to the extreme metal world as V-Khaoz. After receiving great praise with several black metal projects, namely Vargrav and Olio Tahtien Takana, Pallonen decided to (temporarily?) put metal aside and focus on pure electronic music, and dystopic and futuristic tunes are what you should expect while making your way through Dim Lights dreamy, melancholic notes. The work of great composers and electronic producers coexist inside V-KHaoz music, the offspring of both the ‘80s cyberpunk and the ‘20s videogame culture.