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Slap - Songs From The Cross

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Once described by a critic as relatively aimless, Slap's 1986 album "Songs From The Cross", offers up dark industrial goth like ambient textures that sets his sound apart from his contemporaries of the time like Skinny Puppy and Ministry. The track titles all have religious implications and appear to run deep but I cannot help but wonder if there's a twisted sense of humor hidden within the music because of that.


Track Listings:
    1. Impenitent 4:16
    2. Doll House 5:00
    3. Crusher 2:50
    4. Morris Dance 3:15
    5. We All Believed 6:55
    6. Carnal 3:44
    7. Tourniquet 2:12
    8. Empty 3:47
    9. The Garden 12:50
Total Time: 43:19
Artist Name(s):
Slap
Producer(s):
The Bowery Boys
Release Year: 1986
Style:
Ambient, Experimental, Noise
Album Type:
Studio
Formats:
LP 33 1/3
Cover & Packge Design:
Dark Designs
Label / Publishing
Label Name:
Duotone Music
Catalog Number(s):
DUO-7
Location:
New York City, New York
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Editions / Reissues
  1. 1986-Duotone Music-Original release. Currently out of print.
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