Come to Dust (4:07)

Cover of Tomorrow's Harvest

From Tomorrow's Harvest and 2 other releases

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  • davidbowiegirl

    Good track

    12 Apr 5:17pm Reply
  • Dosva

    Really nice. One of the best on Tomorrow's Harvest.

    28 Mar 6:38am Reply
  • m-saIami

    Favourite on the album certainly

    20 Feb 12:11pm Reply
  • m-saIami

    Sometimes all i can think/conclude is "fuck this, i'll all come to dust", and the same synth line as 0.50 come into my mind

    20 Feb 12:09pm Reply
  • jeleffto

    holy shit this is good! Oh god [2]

    18 Jan 12:38am Reply
  • mot00rzysta

    don't forget to pay them well for bringing your dreams so swiftly to you

    19 Dec 2014 Reply
  • superjchamma

    Reminds me of spaghetti westerns, strangely enough.

    10 Dec 2014 Reply
  • canklebracelet

    My favorite as well off of TH.

    2 Nov 2014 Reply
  • syntax_

    one of the best. typical BoC that i love. Oh god.

    10 Jul 2014 Reply
  • masodikgalamb

    We all have a dream about a perfect world, but are often too blinded by long periods of conflict with our differences and vices to realize that our time on earth has an end. Before we can progress beyond just living on Earth; into space, on other planets, it may be just be too late. Our species will be harvested by the Earth (natural cataclysm) before we are finally ripe and can spread. Generations of progress and struggle, bloodshed, art and love ultimately coming to nothing. That will be tomorrow's harvest. Life will continue beyond that, but it will not be us. [2] Exactly

    9 Jul 2014 Reply
  • masodikgalamb

    how did I not find this until now

    9 Jul 2014 Reply
  • Digitial5HT2a

    oh dang heavy

    1 Jul 2014 Reply
  • nowave80

    Echoes of "Reach of the Dead"

    21 Jun 2014 Reply
  • Ludamage

    Hey yesterday sun

    9 Apr 2014 Reply
  • vertsk8er419

    that's not what's happening* and BoC knows it...

    9 Feb 2014 Reply
  • Adrian347

    WEEP FOR HUMANITY

    4 Feb 2014 Reply
  • petross85

    Dude you've got a vivid imagination

    3 Feb 2014 Reply
  • Excrono

    We all have a dream about a perfect world, but are often too blinded by long periods of conflict with our differences and vices to realize that our time on earth has an end. Before we can progress beyond just living on Earth; into space, on other planets, it may be just be too late. Our species will be harvested by the Earth (natural cataclysm) before we are finally ripe and can spread. Generations of progress and struggle, bloodshed, art and love ultimately coming to nothing. That will be tomorrow's harvest. Life will continue beyond that, but it will not be us. I do not think BoC wants that to happen.

    1 Feb 2014 Reply
  • Excrono

    2:15 is the most heartbreaking moment in the BoC discography. And I will explain; for the entirety of TH, the voices are disjointed, mechanical, incoherent. But only at the end of the album do they finally come together to sing in harmony, starting with New Seeds. This is a representation of humanity finally figuring out how to prosper and be at peace with the planet and each other. Only they are the ones that have to face oblivion, the final apocalypse. And they do so in dignity by singing a melancholic song while the earth comes to dust around them. It genuinely makes me cry when I think of the track in this way.

    1 Feb 2014 Reply
  • warpian

    Yes...

    9 Jan 2014 Reply
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