The Legendary Pink Dots - Hallway Of The Gods (1997)

The Legendary Pink Dots (LPD) are an Anglo-Dutch experimental rock band formed in London in August 1980. Although far outside the mainstream (in terms of their music and career path), LPD have released more than 40 albums, have a devoted worldwide following, and tour frequently.

Their music touches on elements of neo-psychedelia, ambient music, electronic music, tape music, industrial, psych folk, synth-pop and goth rock, with a distinctly experimental/avant-garde bent; their sound has evolved over time and remains distinctive, making it difficult to place the group into a concise style or genre. The group's overall sound combined with Ka-Spel's distinct lyrics and singing have earned comparisons to Pink Floyd and Syd Barrett[1]; the group has also been compared to such classic Seventies bands as Can [2], Faust, Brainticket, Magma or Neu! (whose "Super" they covered on the 1999 tribute album "A Homage to NEU!").

1. On High
2. Mekkanikk
3. Sterre
4. Spike
5. All Sides
6. Harvest Babies
7. Lucifer Landed
8. The Hanged Man
9. The Saucers Are Coming
10. Destined To Repeat
11. Hallway


jacyk said...

The Legendary Pink Dots - Hallway Of The Gods (1997)



whsonic said...

seems to be dead.
can you repost this?