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Label & Cat.Number: Entr'acte E221
Release Year: 2017
Note: "The first duty of a singer is to sing, Swinburne once wrote." - KALLABRIS once more creates a somehow wicked / eccentric version of Pop Music, using poems and fragments from the British 'decadent poet' A.C. SWINBURNE (1837-1909), more rhythmic and vocalized as before but it's still rather bizarre and enigmatic electronic music, so that Boomkat writes: "It ultimately sounds like Jhonn Balance and Sleazy in a proper, slippery afterhours Coil session." lim. 200
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More Info“Pop songs. The first duty of a singer is to sing, Swinburne once wrote. Some of the lyrics in these songs are taken from his poems and ballads.
What has been added should be seen as a commentary. But with a beat.
I am perfectly sure that he would have enjoyed the beating of the beats. As for the rest, it is not exactly Faustine — but it still makes you sea-
sick. I hope that Swinburne would have been amused by this proletarian echo of his voice.” — Michael Anacker, July 2017
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