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Download Recoil - The Killing Ground Flac Performer: Recoil
Title: The Killing Ground
Style: Ambient, Electro
Label: Not On Label
# Cat: LCDMASTER367, 25833676
Released: 21 Nov 2008
Country: Germany
FLAC album: 2501 mb
MP3 album: 2486 mb
Rating: 4.6
Genre: Electronic

Tracklist

1Allelujah (Trevaskis Full Length Mix)13:35
2The Killing Ground (Trevaskis Mix)4:52
3The Killing Ground (Trevaskis Dub Edit)4:52

Credits

  • Arranged ByAlan Wilder
  • ArtworkTomjoke
  • Edited By [Re-edited]D58 (tracks: 1, 2)
  • ProducerAlan Wilder
  • Producer [Additional]D58, Paul Kendall
  • RemixD58
  • Sound DesignerPaul Kendall
  • Words ByCarla Trevaskis, Joe Richardson (tracks: 1, 2)

Notes

On front inlay sleeve and disc label:
All tracks arranged & produced by Alan Wilder. Tracks 1&2 words by Joe Richardson & Carla Trevaskis. Track 3 words by Carla Trevaskis. Additional production and sound design by Paul Kendall.
All tracks additional production and remix by D58. Tracks 1&2 edited by D58. (P)2008 D58 Mixes. Artwork by Tomjoke.
Release date this edition: November 21th, 2008.

"This CD is for promotional usage only, no unauthorized copying, hiring, lending, public performance and broadcasting of this record allowed. (P)2008 D58 Mixes."

Editions of this release:
1. Printable CDr, printing area 118/22mm
2. Printable CDr, printing area 118/24mm, brown disc label
3. Printable CDr, printing area 118/25mm
4. Printable CDr, printing area 118/23mm (this release)
5. Misprinted sleeve, missing cyan colour channel

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 2583 3676
  • Matrix / Runout (Index matrix variants 1 to 4): ZE5977-CDR-A80A AZO
  • Matrix / Runout (Moulded glass matrix variant 1): NOIOE3028062357A2
  • Matrix / Runout (Moulded glass matrix variant 2): NOIOE3028062353C1
  • Matrix / Runout (Moulded glass matrix variant 3): NOIOE30Z8060139C2
  • Matrix / Runout (Moulded glass matrix variant 4): NOIOE30Z8062256B1
  • Matrix / Runout (Index matrix variant 5): RFD80M-79239 80 7P
  • Matrix / Runout (Index matrix variant 6): RFD80M-79252 80 N2
  • Matrix / Runout (Moulded glass matrix variant 7): ZAA611091213RC07

Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – D58 Mixes

Album

Текст песни: A thief on the left and one on the right Up on the hill about twilight One lived forever, the other died While a thorny head hung to one the video for The Killing Ground from Recoil's SubHuman for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar Killing Ground. Released: Aug Killing Ground may refer to: The Killing Ground film, a 1979 documentary film written by Brit Hume. The Killing Ground novel, a novel by Jack Higgins. Killing Ground film, a 2016 horror thriller film directed and written by Damien Power. Killing Ground novel, a novel by Steve Lyons based on the British television series Doctor Who. The Killing Ground, a song by Recoil on their album subHuman. Killing Ground, an album by Saxon. Recoil - The Killing Ground. Darío Emiliano Escobar. 2011 г. The Killing Ground Ambient Version. SubHuman Bonus Tracks. Recoil - The killing ground. On this page you can download song Recoil - The killing ground in mp3 and listen online. Artist: Recoil. Album: Subhuman Deluxe Version, 2007. Provided to YouTube by Pias UK Limited. The Killing Ground Excerpt2010 Digital Remaster Recoil. Recoil: Selected. 2010 The copyright in this compilation is owned by Mute Records Ltd. Released on: 2010-01-01. Producer: Alan Wilder Composer: Alan Wilder Music Publisher: Carlin Music Corp Music Publisher: Chappel Inc Music Publisher: MUTE SONG LTD. The Killing Ground. This song is by Recoil, features Joe Richardson and appears on the album subHuman 2007 and on the compilation album Selected 2010. A thief on the left and one on the rightUp on the hill about twilightOne lived forever, the other diedWhile a thorny head hung to one side. Two got to heaven from The Killing GroundWhen the Lord gets ready, the whip comes down. Killing Ground plays with time quite a bit in the first half of the film, sometimes to good effect in building suspense. Sometimes this backfires and convolutes scenes, as when the same character appears in two scenes back to back at different points in time. Hey, I love when filmmakers mix things up, but it's also a fragile ethos. When it backfires, it just draws attention to itself. A lot of Killing Ground is like this. Does Killing Ground just stink No, it's a competent if not overly manipulative knock-off posing as an arty thriller. And that's just a little to ingenuous for me. Appears On