Fields Of The Naphilim - Dawnrazor download album
Complete your Fields Of The Nephilim collection. Fields Of The Naphilim. Dawnrazor (Cass, Album, Unofficial).
Fields Of The Naphilim – Dawnrazor. Label: MG Records (2) – MG 0546. Format: Cassette, Album, Unofficial Release. MG Records releases with the same catalog number but different artwork or year of pressing exist. Name of the band is misprinted in the booklet (front, spine and inlay) and on the cassette labels. Rights Society: ZAIKS. Rights Society: BIEM. Other Versions (5 of 37) View All. Cat.
Goth act Fields Of The Nephilim took note of the strong imagery and duly adopted the dusters and cowboy hats for their live shows. Replace the dust with copious amounts of dry ice and the guns for musical instruments and you have a fair idea of how the band announced their presence on stage from venue to venue. The Nephs' were indeed an electric live act during their peak. This album, their debut, attempted to capture their energy and vitality in a studio setting. Not content to merely base their image and stage show on the aforementioned film this album opens with a piece of music lifted straight from Ennio Morricone's soundtrack. Harmonica Man' sets the scene admirably with its haunting abrasive guitar and slow crescendo but unfortunately the anticipation engendered by this classic opening falls somewhat flat as the band launch into 'Slowkill'.
Losing the saxophone player from earlier EPs and taking advantage of better budgets and studios, the Nephilim on their first full album established themselves as serious contenders in the goth world. It certainly didn't hurt having signed to Beggars Banquet, home of such acts as Bauhaus and the Cult, though the more obvious source of the Nephilim's sound at this point was the Sisters of Mercy, various attempts to deny it aside
Fields of the Nephilim. Cutting razors and violence Recalling cutthroats razor sin Ee're watching heaven as the sun goes down I watch the sun burst it hits the ground You've gone too far Dawnrazor's falling brush their skin Dawnrazor's falling brush their skin. Dawnrazor Dawnrazor well now Dawnrazor Dawnrazor well now. Only dreams survive Been lost before Only dreams survive Been cut before.
Dawnrazor is the debut album by Fields of the Nephilim released during May 1987. The record contains the singles Preacher Man and Power which was co-produced by the band and Iain O'Higgins. The introductory track contains a sample of the Ennio Morricone theme Man with the Harmonica, from Sergio Leone's epic western film Once Upon a Time in the West. Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last. Dawnrazor is the debut album by Fields of the Nephilim released during May 1987.
|A1||Intro (The Harmonica Man)||2:01|
|B8||Vet For The Insane||7:03|
- Performer – McCoy*, Wright*, Wright*, Yates*, Pettitt*
- Written By – Ennio Morricone (tracks: A1), The Nephilim* (tracks: A2-B13)
NotesTracks are listed sequentially over the sides.
MG Records releases with the same catalog number but different artwork or year of pressing exist.
Name of the band is misprinted in the booklet (front, spine and inlay) and on the cassette labels.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: ZAIKS
- Rights Society: BIEM
|SITUP 18||Fields Of The Nephilim||Dawnrazor (LP, Album)||Situation Two||SITUP 18||UK||1987|
|BBL 18 CD||Fields Of The Nephilim||Dawnrazor (CD, Album)||Beggars Banquet||BBL 18 CD||UK||1987|
|MG 0546||Fields Of The Naphilim*||Dawnrazor (Cass, Album, Unofficial)||MG Records||MG 0546||Poland||1991|
|BBL 18 CD||Fields Of The Nephilim||Dawnrazor (CD, Album, RE)||Союз, Beggars Banquet||BBL 18 CD||Russia||2006|
|BBL 18 CD||Fields Of The Nephilim||Dawnrazor (CD, Album, RE)||Beggars Banquet||BBL 18 CD||UK||Unknown|