Schrei 27. 14. Do Room. Schrei x (CDr, Album, Unofficial). G. & P. Essential Music. CD STUMM 146. Russia. Schrei X (CD, Promo).
The album's first track, "Panoptikon" (named after Panopticon, a type of prison building designed to allow all areas of a prison to be seen from one vantage point), deals with imprisonment, isolation, torture and extreme alienation as well as homicidal mania and vengeance. It incorporates tape, electronic manipulations and distortion
Schrei x is a live performance album by avant-garde musician Diamanda Galás, released on 23 September 1996 by Mute Records. All music composed by Diamanda Galás. Diamanda Galás – vocals. Production and additional personnel. Blaise Dupuy – recording, mixing, production. Robert Knoke – photography. Mandy Parnell – mastering.
In 2008, Galás released her seventh live album, Guilty Guilty Guilty. In 2011, Galás premiered the film Schrei 27, made in collaboration with Italian filmmaker Davide Pepe Most recently, she contributed vocal work and composition to James Wan's 2013 horror film, The Conjuring.
This article has been tagged as NSFL due to its disturbing subject matter. Status: Partially Found. Schrei 27 is a film produced by the musician Diamanda Galás in collaboration with Italian filmmaker Davide Pepe. It is based on Galás' 1994 live album Schrei X. It is described as "an unrelenting portrait of a body suffering torture within the restricted confines of a medical facility, using the original work in addition to further vocal tracks and mixing. The film also features Salvatore Bevilacqua.
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Schrei X Live: Hee Shock Die. Schrei 27: Do Room. 15. Schrei 27: I I. 16. Schrei 27: M Dis I. 17. Schrei 27: . 18. Schrei 27: Headbox. This a very difficult album to take ( then again what Diamanda album isn't difficult ). Her 4 octave voice is so convincing on it's own that you would be hard pressed but just submitting yourself as a slave to her. Her voice is that really that powerful. what's left for you is to shrivel up in the corner of your bedroom and pray that her voice doesn't eat you up alive.
One wonders why Diamanda Galás or Mute thought this warning necessary, as Schrei X, presented here in both live and studio versions, is essentially a sequence of Beckettian monologues alternately shrieked, spoken, whispered, cried, or spat out, bearing little resemblance to the gentle waftings of Kitaro and crowd
|2||I - I Am - Dreams||5:01|
|3||M Dis I||1:13|
|11||M Dis II||0:56|
|13||Hee Shock Die||1:59|
|16||M Dis I||1:36|
|22||M Dis II||2:01|
|24||Hee Shock Die||7:26|
|CD STUMM 146||Diamanda Galás||Schrei x (CD, Album)||Mute||CD STUMM 146||UK||1996|
|CD STUMM 146, 5016025611461||Diamanda Galás||Schrei x (CD, Album, RE)||Mute, Mute||CD STUMM 146, 5016025611461||Europe||Unknown|
|CD STUMM 146||Diamanda Galás||Schrei x (CDr, Album, Unofficial)||G. & P. Essential Music||CD STUMM 146||Russia||1996|
|MUSDJ4-2||Diamanda Galás||Schrei X (CD, Promo)||Mute||MUSDJ4-2||US||1996|
|9037-2||Diamanda Galás||Schrei X (CD)||Mute||9037-2||US||1996|