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The Distant Lights Of Urartu - Horreum Horrorum flac album

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Performer: The Distant Lights Of Urartu
Title: Horreum Horrorum
Released: 2018
Style: Dark Ambient, Industrial, Experimental, Abstract
Category: Electronic
Rating: 4.9 ✦
Other format: MOD ADX WMA AHX DTS DXD AC3

A horreum (plural: horrea) was a type of public warehouse used during the ancient Roman period. Although the Latin term is often used to refer to granaries, Roman horrea were used to store many other types of consumables; the giant Horrea Galbae in Rome were used not only to store grain but also olive oil, wine, foodstuffs, clothing and even marble. By the end of the imperial period, the city of Rome had nearly 300 horrea to supply its demands

The Kode9 remix of Distant Lights is actually terrible, the other 3 songs are very good, just like on Burial's self-titled album. No one has said anything yet. In Library (2). Contributions By.

Distant Light is a 1971 album released by the Hollies, the last UK album by the band to feature lead vocalist and founding member Allan Clarke (until their 1974 self-titled album) and reputably the first album to come out of AIR Studios

Distant Lights (and the Kode9 remix of it) also headed the Distant Lights EP of August 2006. It’s a good introduction to Burial– a tiny fragment of vocal expression from turn-of-the-century R&B stretched, mangled and deformed to the whims of a meticulously sculpted bass line. The raw materials of vocal, bass and drums come together to paint an orignal picture of urban isolation. Distant Lights" Track Info. Release Date August 28, 2006.

This stiffness is noticeable due to a lack of movement around the soundscape. Mobility is instead substituted in Distant Lights with a much more straight forward approach following the linear journey of Burial

Tracklist

1 Horreum Horrorum (Interrogatio Veneficum) 30:00
2 Horreum Horrorum (Festum Veneficarum) 30:00