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Wiedergänger Blues

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  1. In folklore, a revenant is an animated corpse that is believed to have revived from death to haunt the living. The word revenant is derived from the Old French word, revenant, the "returning" (see also the related French verb revenir, meaning "to come back").. Revenants are part of the legend of various cultures, including Old Irish Celtic and Norse mythology, and stories of supposed revenant Missing: Blues.
  2. IMDb Profile Page for Wiedergaenger. "Faces in the Crowd" is a watchable, partly enjoyable thriller/serial killer film, starring a nerdily cute and youthful-looking Milla Jovovich (who's one of my all-time crushes, I've got to admit it).
  3. Sep 01,  · Wiedergänger Blues; Artist Nocte Obducta; Album Totholz (ein Raunen aus dem Klammwald) Licensed to YouTube by Rebeat Digital GmbH (on behalf of .
  4. heralds the Wiedergänger Blues A dance of death plagues the land buried corpses will be banned Chased in a cabin booze and rope remain trapped and forgotten your life’s a mark of Cain Track Name: Walking the Old Path Footsteps in the dust bone meal on the ground horizon becomes rust for my life is bound Bound by faded voices follow the old.
  5. Sep 30,  · There's dark EBM and then there's really dark EBM, and the latter seems to be the territory that this young German band wishes to stake out. One hint is the cover and insert art, which consists mainly of grisly images of knights in bloody combat (for light relief, there's also a .
  6. Dec 08,  · With 'Innsmouth Hotel,' 'Die Kirche der wachenden Kinder,' 'Trollgott,' 'Liebster,' and 'Wiedergänger Blues' are some already known track titles. If one can believe the statements of the musicians, the metallic part has been massively increased again!".
  7. "Totholz" is oppressive, cold, raw, poignant and with the almost 15 minute "Wiedergänger Blues" also a bit psychedelic. Above all, this album is a confession to the "old school". Less experimental than some of his predecessors, but nevertheless anything but ordinary and at the end always unique.
  8. Translations of the phrase TAKE IT AWAY from german to english and examples of the use of "TAKE IT AWAY" in a sentence with their translations: Take it away * * Don't look da-da-da-.

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