Babel 17 - Shamanic Tales album flac
Title: Shamanic Tales
Style: New Wave, Post-Punk
MP3 album: 1477 mb
FLAC album: 1351 mb
Other formats: VOC DMF AU AC3 MP2 APE MOD
Genre: Electronic / Rock
Recorded, mixed & produced by BABEL 17 + Jean TAXIS + Herr Doktor Christophe Perret at Studio VAL D'ORGE, Spring and autumn 1992. Laconic end of the story. The album was meant to be released in 1992 but was shelved.
A third record was recorded and was meant to be released in 1992, but Lively Art went bankrupt and folded, leaving the album in limbo. Until now! Babel 17- Shamanic Tales LP 1. Ghostdance 2. Jouvence 3. Kiss of Storm 4. Ring on the Bells 5. Kiddie’s Gone 6. Shamanic 7. The Nightmare Goes On 8. Sense of Life 9. Virtual Vision 10.
Babel 17 – Shamanic Tales. Label: Not On Label (Babel 17 Self-released) – none Format: 13 File, MP3, Album Country: France Released: Genre: Electronic, Rock Style: New Wave, Post-Punk.
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It was joint winner of the Nebula Award for Best Novel in 1967 (with Flowers for Algernon) and was also nominated for the Hugo Award for Best Novel in 1967. Delany hoped to have Babel-17 originally published as a single volume with the novella Empire Star, but this did not happen until a 2001 reprint.
Babel 17. Title: Shamanic Tales. Short-info: Label: Not On Label (Babel 17 Self-Date of released) – none Type: 13 x File, MP3, Album Country: France Date of released: Category: Electronic, Rock Style: New Wave, Post-Punk. Babel 17 - Shamanic Tales RAR archive MP3 format.
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|3||Kiss Of Storm|
|4||Ring On The Bells|
|7||The Nightmare Goes On|
|8||Sense Of Life|
|10||Watch 2 (Intercosmik Version)|
|11||Ghostdancer (Long Way Remix)|
|12||Sense Of Dub|
|13||Ring On... (Instrumental Mix)|
NotesRecorded, mixed & produced by BABEL 17 + Jean TAXIS + «Herr Doktor» Christophe Perret
at Studio VAL D'ORGE, Spring and autumn 1992
After LIVELY ART's bankruptcy, BABEL 17 tried for a while to find a new label
that could disctribute this album but, in the end, the band split before signing on a new label...and the album fell into oblivion... Laconic end of the story.
The album was meant to be released in 1992 but was shelved. Files were made available online, but no exact date is known.