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Name:Morgion The Relapse Collection [2008][FLAC][WH]FLAWL3SS

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The Relapse Collection (Disc II - Among Majestic Ruin).cue (Size: 921.01 MB) (Files: 41)

 The Relapse Collection (Disc II - Among Majestic Ruin).cue

2.75 KB

 Info.txt

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 The Relapse Collection (Disc I - Solinari).cue

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 Morgion - The Relapse Collection (Disc II - Among Majestic Ruin) -

  Morgion - The Relapse Collection (Disc II - Among Majestic Ruin).log

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  09 - All the Glory...All the Loss (1998 Rehearsal Demo) (Previously Unreleased).flac

76.86 MB

  08 - Phoenix Moons (1995 Instrumental Demo) (Previously Unreleased).flac

38.98 MB

  07 - The Serpentine Scrolls,Descent to Arawn (1995 Demo) (Previously Unreleased).flac

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  06 - Mundane (1995 Demo) (Previously Unreleased).flac

45.15 MB

  05 - Invalid Prodigy.flac

49.36 MB

  04 - Basking Under a Blacksun Dawning.flac

38.41 MB

  03 - Travesty.flac

34.20 MB

  02 - In Ashen Tears (Thus I Cry).flac

57.00 MB

  01 - Relic of a Darkened Past.flac

61.84 MB

  00. Morgion - The Relapse Collection (Disc II - Among Majestic Ruin).nfo

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  00. Morgion - The Relapse Collection (Disc II - Among Majestic Ruin).m3u

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 Morgion - The Relapse Collection (Disc I - Solinari) -

  Morgion - The Relapse Collection (Disc I - Solinari).log

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  10 - Canticle (Unreleased Version).flac

43.70 MB

  09 - Symphonie der Gravens (Previously Unreleased).flac

16.17 MB

  08 - Mundane (Previously Unreleased).flac

54.44 MB

  07 - The Last Sunrise.flac

24.19 MB

  06 - Blight.flac

28.52 MB

  05 - All the Glory...All the Loss.flac

76.55 MB

  04 - Nightfall Infernal.flac

68.08 MB

  03 - Solinari.flac

8.73 MB

  02 - Canticle.flac

39.58 MB

  01 - The Serpentine Scrolls,Descent to Arawn.flac

67.48 MB

  00. Morgion - The Relapse Collection (Disc I - Solinari).nfo

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  00. Morgion - The Relapse Collection (Disc I - Solinari).m3u

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Morgion - The Relapse Collection (Disc I - Solinari)
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Artist...............: Morgion
Album................: The Relapse Collection (Disc I - Solinari)
Genre................: Doom
Source...............: CD
Year.................: 2008
Ripper...............: Exact Audio Copy (Secure mode) / Level 8 & TSSTcorp CDDVD SE-S204N
Codec................: (FLAC)
Version..............: 1.2.1 20070917
Quality..............: Lossless, (avg. compression: 56 %)
Channels.............: Stereo / 44100 HZ / 16 Bit
Tags.................: VorbisComment
Information..........:

Ripped by............: FLAWL3SS on 8/22/2008
Posted by............: FLAWL3SS on 8/24/2008
News Server..........: None
News Group(s)........: None

Included.............: NFO, M3U, LOG, CUE
Covers...............: Front Back leaflet

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Tracklisting
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1. (00:10:26) Morgion - The Serpentine Scrolls/Descent to Arawn
2. (00:06:43) Morgion - Canticle
3. (00:02:26) Morgion - Solinari
4. (00:11:10) Morgion - Nightfall Infernal
5. (00:12:20) Morgion - All the Glory...All the Loss
6. (00:04:47) Morgion - Blight
7. (00:04:52) Morgion - The Last Sunrise
8. (00:08:57) Morgion - Mundane (Previously Unreleased)
9. (00:02:43) Morgion - Symphonie der Gravens (Previously Unreleased)
10. (00:07:58) Morgion - Canticle (Unreleased Version)

Playing Time.........: 01:12:23
Total Size...........: 427.43 MB


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Morgion - The Relapse Collection (Disc II - Among Majestic Ruin)
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Artist...............: Morgion
Album................: The Relapse Collection (Disc II - Among Majestic Ruin)
Genre................: Doom
Source...............: CD
Year.................: 2008
Ripper...............: Exact Audio Copy (Secure mode) / Level 8 & TSSTcorp CDDVD SE-S204N
Codec................: (FLAC)
Version..............: FLAC 1.2.1 20070917
Quality..............: Lossless, (avg. compression: 65 %)
Channels.............: Stereo / 44100 HZ / 16 Bit
Tags.................: VorbisComment
Information..........:

Ripped by............: FLAWL3SS on 8/22/2008
Posted by............: FLAWL3SS on 8/24/2008
News Server..........: None
News Group(s)........: None

Included.............: NFO, M3U, LOG, CUE
Covers...............: Front Back leaflet

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Tracklisting
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1. (00:08:26) Morgion - Relic of a Darkened Past
2. (00:08:16) Morgion - In Ashen Tears (Thus I Cry)
3. (00:05:10) Morgion - Travesty
4. (00:05:42) Morgion - Basking Under a Blacksun Dawning
5. (00:06:50) Morgion - Invalid Prodigy
6. (00:07:30) Morgion - Mundane (1995 Demo) (Previously Unreleased)
7. (00:09:26) Morgion - The Serpentine Scrolls/Descent to Arawn (1995 Demo) (Previously Unreleased)
8. (00:06:31) Morgion - Phoenix Moons (1995 Instrumental Demo) (Previously Unreleased)
9. (00:12:50) Morgion - All the Glory...All the Loss (1998 Rehearsal Demo) (Previously Unreleased)

Playing Time.........: 01:10:40
Total Size...........: 461.56 MB

NFO generated on.....: 8/24/2008 8:31:30 AM


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Morgion Crafted crushing composistions that burned themselves into the
collective psyche of fans of sullen and somber metal the world over. This two
-disc collection compiles all of Morgions's Relapse recordings, including 7
unreleased studio,demo,and rehearsal tracks,into the definitive Morgion
collection. Bask in the overlasting glow of Morgion's epic, imperial metal.

This monolithic double disc set of 142 minutes of pure Doom covers the early
years of Morgion's tenure at Relapse Records, a label more commonly known
for its grind and Death Metal variants than for Doom Metal. Featured are the
bands' albums "Among Majestic Ruin" of 1997 and 1999's "Solinari", 1999's
"Oceans Without Shores" EP and a few random demo tracks thrown in for
good measure, making it a great place to start for any Doomfreak like myself
who hadn't previously known the band.

For some reason it is their second album which kicks off disc one with the
melodramatic "The Serpentines Scroll / Descent to Arawn" which sets the
scene for what is to come. In it's 10 minutes is the most somber of intros as
well classic mournful Doom with a grating guitar sound ala Entombed on "Left
Hand Path" and Amorphis-like keyboard background melody, massively
reminding me of their 10/10 1994 classic "Tales From The Thousand Lakes".
Imagine the Amorphis influence carried throughout the rest of the album
along with the dark spiritual bleakness of Finnish funeral Doom titans
Thergothon and Skepticism and Britain's My Dying Bride. "Canticle" and
"Nightfall Inferno" among others reek of these influences, notably the
passages of spoken vocals where vocalist Jeremy Peto sounds genuinely
upset and distraught. While not the blackest of Doom in its atmosphere, it is a
lot more despairing than the more upbeat (at least recently) sounds of
Candlemass or the drugged vibe of Electric Wizard. Disc 1's bonus tracks
("Oceans Without Shores" EP) offer a similar tone and feel, not surprising
given that the two releases initially came out in the same year.

Disc 2, Morgion's debut album "Among Majestic Ruin", though released in
1997 was actually recorded in 1994 and it shows as the influence of
Thergothon is much greater back when they ruled the roost of
extreme/funeral Doom. The vocals are growled in what is basically Death
Metal-style grunts, perhaps closest to Chris Reifert (Autopsy), but the
atmosphere and guitar tone pull it to more extreme territories. The speed
however does pick at times closer to a Death/Doom style and "Relic of a
Darkened Past" even pulls itself to slow-for-Death-Metal speeds previously
inhabited by Death on "Leprosy" or about any Obituary recording. "In Ashen
Tears (Thus I Cry)" feels like the strange paranoia of Cathedral's "Forest of
Equilibrium" classic and "Travesty" could actually be an Amorphis cover such is
the weight of their influence, especially in the keys/piano department. That is
not a slight against Morgion however as few bands have tried the
"...Thousand Lakes" sound and when done well, as in here, it's majestic and
attention-grabbing. Bonus tracks on this disc are some demos and a rehearsal
track, with one being disc 1's opener "The Serpentines Scroll / Descent to
Arawn", the main difference between the inclusion of some choral vocals as
opposed to the singular style of earlier.

Depending on personal Doom tastes choosing a favourite of the two albums
here is difficult: I personally like the darker growled vibe on "Among Majestic
Ruin" but "Solinari" emits a more doomed feel, less contrived than that
generated by the keys on "Among Majestic Ruin". This release is absolutely
not intended for listening to the whole way through like double-disc Reverend
Bizarre and Esoteric albums, as it is more a documented history of Morgion
and as such used to sample two different sounds they experimented with in
the early(-ish) years of their career. Presumably the two albums featured are
hard to come across now and as such a release like this will fill a hole in the
collections of anyone who's been after some Morgion for many years.
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