Fata Morgana (remaster + bonus)

by Fata Morgana

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XUN Hustle in a castle. One of the most exciting medieval pieces I've heard (in better quality). Favorite track: Fata Morgana.
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panzerdivision I have been listening to this album for over twenty years and I still love it. If you like the era1 works of Mortiis then you will probably love the sound of the time before the tower, before the black wizards, before Mortiis...the time of the rainbow king and his heir the rainbow prince as they danced under the purple sky. I purchased this as it has been remastered quite well and now plays at a much louder volume than that of the original CD rip and with a greatly improved clarity. Recommend Favorite track: Søk Din Ånd.
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    Originally Recorded in 1995, and released as a long sold out LP/CD, we´ve remastered/restored this recording, as well as added the very rare tracks Space Race and Robot City from the 1997 7"EP Space Race (also long sold out).

    The result is an awesome looking Gatefold Sleeve LP, with artwork based on the amazing paintings by John Bauer.
    We´ve kept the CD version based on the original 1995 artwork.
    Come in 2 vinyl colors:
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    Also available as an A5 Digipak MCD.

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    Originally Recorded in 1995, and released as a long sold out LP/CD, we´ve remastered/restored this recording, as well as added the very rare tracks Space Race and Robot City from the 1997 7"EP Space Race (also long sold out).

    The result is an awesome looking Gatefold Sleeve LP, with artwork based on the amazing paintings by John Bauer.
    We´ve kept the CD version based on the original 1995 artwork.
    Come in 2 vinyl colors:
    Black Vinyl (limited to 400 copies)
    Violet Vinyl (limited to 100 copies)
    Also available as an A5 Digipak CD (This Edition)

    See below for Return/Refund/Calcellation Policy.
    mortiiswebstore.com/pages/returns-refunds-cancellations

    Includes unlimited streaming of Fata Morgana (remaster + bonus) via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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    Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality downloads of The Complete VOND bundle, Mortiis Era 1 Bundle, Fata Morgana / Cintecele Diavolui Complete Bundle, Too Little Too Late (En Esch Remix), Throe, Sins of Mine (feat. Apoptygma Berzerk), Bleed Like You, The Great Leap, and 33 more. , and , .

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Stargazer 04:34
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Fata Morgana 08:59
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Purple Sky 04:16
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Space Race 03:30
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Robot City 04:32

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Originally Recorded in Sweden 1995, and self released by Mortiis´ own label, Dark Dungeon Music.
Space Race + Robot City recorded in 1996, and originally appeared on the limited edition 7"EP "Space Race".p)

credits

released February 14, 2019

All music written by Mortiis.
Remastered by Jules Seifert at Epic Audio Media, London
(c) Earache Songs
(p) Dark Dungeon Music 1995 & 1996, (p) 2019 Omnipresence Productions
Artwork: John Bauer. Omnipresence Productions does not own the copyrights.

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Mortiis Oslo, Norway

Joined Emperor 1991.
Fired from Emperor on grounds of a "bad attitude" late 1992.
Formed Mortiis next day.
Planned recordings in Transylvania 1993.
That did not happen.
Released several solo albums in the 90´ies & weirding out the music industry with his prosthetic mask.
Oh those yonder days of media hypocrisy.
Became band. Band died.
Broke ribs, dreams and industry shackles, but remained free.
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