People can disagree with me of they want, but the comments here I just chalk up to varying degrees of closed mindedness; people that don't experience the profundity of music, or the beauty of ABSOLUTE catharsis in the same way that I or someone else has. That doesn't necessarily make anyone wrong. I would hope that people would reconsider it, rather than just making ignorant comments. Our experiences are different, of course, and I'm not trying to be "philosophical," just talking from my experience.
Lucifer Rising is a film by director Kenneth Anger. As for the soundtrack,is written and recorded from Bobby Beausoleil. A classic of instrumental psychedelia crossing the lines between orchestral music, experimental electronic music, and psychedelic rock. -.-.-.-. om hari om .....
I finally saw the film the other day, the music obviously helped make it a good experience. Visually arresting for sure but ok the Egyptians summoned lucifer then people did various occult things in the present day then UFOs arrived in ancient Egypt? Fair enough, ideal stuff to zone out to anyway
Beautiful music is often the product of a tortured mind and spirit. That's one possible explanation. Another: Depending on the circumstances, perhaps murder can also be a beautiful thing, a product of a moment of rage that burns brighter than any star... an instant of pure catharsis. But these explanations mean nothing at all. Lucifer rises. Lucifer descends.
I dont really care what he did or who he is I just think Lucifer Rising is one of the best film scores I have ever heard and that would be my favorite movie ever. I listen to both Laibach and Burzum there is no contradiction they both have landmark amazing influential albums. I hate it when people feel the need to associate someone's personal life directly with their music.