First Death in the Family (4:44)

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  • MaxScheffel

    the last bit almost sounds like mid-period Butthole Surfers

    26 Mar 12:14am Reply
  • Mr-rabiD

    not a bad tune at all. reminds me of good times. Respect from the crew @ @+]++++

    1 Feb 9:30pm Reply
  • AlexzanderVL

    I don't really get the hidden part at the end so I just skip it because it kills the mood...[2] Reminds me of Coil a bit

    7 Mar 2010 Reply
  • thaopaipai

    Luvly =]

    22 Oct 2009 Reply
  • Terrasidius

    brilliant! Does this remind anyone else of the music from Final Fantasy VII?

    27 Jul 2009 Reply
  • Doorchaser

    You should hear the archive series and the environment cd's

    15 Dec 2008 Reply
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  • keyhive

    Yes, this track rules. @ allzero FSOL did lapse into some 'hippie' junk phase, but bounced back to remix some released and un-released material in "Teachings from the Electronic Brain", shortly after. There seemed to have been a schism among the members, but some deft fellow[s] picked up the house of cards after.

    14 Oct 2008 Reply
  • Themeros

    Amazingly depressive! I love it so much! One of my all time favorites. I don't really get the hidden part at the end so I just skip it because it kills the mood...

    6 May 2008 Reply
  • yamstick

    This track is fucking brutal.

    17 Apr 2008 Reply
  • allzero

    FSOL is one of the most marking ambient acts that has ever existed. But their last two albums are too psychedelic, I get bored by this hippish trend they got. They did better before...

    2 Apr 2008 Reply

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