Some Deaths Take Forever
2009 release, the second in a series of expanded CD reissues by visionary French Electronic composer Bernard Szajner. Originally released in late 1980, Some Deaths Take Forever is a deeply emotional, sometimes disturbing musical account of the feelings of a prisoner on death row, conceived as the soundtrack to a short film by Amnesty International. The album mixes dark, angular and unnerving electronic textures with dynamic rock arrangements, guest musicians including Bernard Paganotti of Magma.
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