The first in a three-part series that closes the album, invoking the two Angels and one Demon that accompany Angus in his spiritual travels.

This first part, Mikael, is preceded by the title “White and Black”. Here Angus is harking back to a time when things were simpler. The trippy music is necessitated by the powerful act of invoking an Angel, and briefly mentions the demon Nemesis.

Ultimately the song is a discourse with the Angel Mikael, among many things apologising for “spitting his name” in the first track of this album.

Edited by gamoneterik on 10 Jun 2010, 22:46

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