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  • CD (3 février 2009)
  • Date de sortie d'origine: 17 février 2009
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Beggars
  • ASIN : B001FZ0A6S
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Cassette  |  Album vinyle  |  Téléchargement MP3
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REMASTERED lush 1985 sophomore album! Includes "Avatar" and "De Profundis (Out Of The Depths Of Sorrow)".


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Par Un client le 15 août 2003
Format: CD
Issu de la "première époque" de Dead Can Dance, cet album est, comme tous les autres, vraiment fabuleux. on y retrouve des chansons d'anthologies, à la profondeur et aux émotions intenses, avec les voix toujours marquantes de Lisa Gerrard et de Brendan perry, fidèles à eux-mêmes ici.
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Par Petrus Comestor TOP 500 COMMENTATEURSMEMBRE DU CLUB DES TESTEURS le 29 septembre 2009
Format: CD
Le groupe sort du cocon de la New Wave, et ses titres "Mesmerism", "De Profundis", "Circumradiant dawn", "Enigma of the Absolute", "Advent" sont des chefs d'œuvre. Bien des groupes "gothiques" ont leurs influences cristallisées dans cet album. Un regret, l'album doit faire 39 mn!
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Deuxième album du duo, "Spleen and Ideal" s'éloigne du coté "électronique" de son premier opus.

Plus spirituel, plus profond, et surtout plus médiéval, il montre le travail effectué par le duo pour créer son propre style, son propre monde. Cette tendance s'amplifiera avec "Within The Realm Of A Dying Sun", pour atteindre son apogée avec "Aion" quelques années plus tard.

Pour en revenir à cet album, on sent l'envie de Lisa Gerrard de montrer l'étendue de ses capacités vocales et ce dès le premier titre. L'ambiance est digne des poésies de Baudelaire dont le titre semble s'inspirer.

C'est un album à écouter quand on a envie de laisser son âme être emporté vers des cieux plus élevés ;)
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HASH(0x863a9708) étoiles sur 5 A duo of unparalleled talent makes their key breakthrough 23 février 2001
Par Christopher Culver - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Although they released their self-titled debut album in 1984, it was 1986's SPLEEN AND IDEAL which brought Dead Can Dance, the duo of Lisa Gerrard and Brendan Perry, into their distinctive style. The debut consisted of guitar-heavy 80s-mood pieces, but in SPLEEN AND IDEAL Lisa and Brendan make their first experiment in classical structures and unique songs.
The album opens with three songs centered around Lisa's voice over orchestral instruments, "De Profundis," "Ascension," and "Circumradiant Dawn." Then, Brendan Perry provides the first of his deeply philosophical songs in "The Cardinal Sin." The fifth track, "Mesmerism," features the last English lyrics Lisa ever sang with Dead Can Dance with her yangqin (Chinese hammered dulcimer) accompaniment over a drum machine. "Enigma of the Absolute" is perhaps Perry's most lyrically perfect song. "Advent" is another Perry track, that features the most rock-like structure on the album. "Avatar" is Lisa's final contribution to the album, an Oriental trip through drums and yangqin that climaxes with a frenzy of Lisa's glossolalia. Finally, the album closes with "Indoctrination," which sums up well Perry's world-view during the early part of Dead Can Dance's career.
SPLEEN AND IDEAL is another one of the few albums that I own which is so consistent that I cannot name a bad track. It is one of Dead Can Dance's finest efforts, and definitely should be one of the first albums you pick up by this superbly talented duo.
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HASH(0x863a97e0) étoiles sur 5 Dark dreams of disquiet and wonder 20 juin 2005
Par Chet Fakir - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Spleen and Ideal was the first DCD album I purchased, on cassette no less. And though I have have most of their recorded output this one, perhaps for sentimental purposes, perhaps not, is still my favorite. The spareness of the instrumentation, the wonderful world weary vocals of Brendan Perry and the strange almost Bulgarian womens choir like vocals of Lisa Gerard combine to make one of the most beautiful and atmospheric albums of the '80s. Exotic in all the right ways, it does what music should do: it takes me out of myself and presents new possibilities I never would have thought of on my own. Beautiful, elegiac and wonderous.
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HASH(0x863a9c9c) étoiles sur 5 Mysterious and majestic 11 février 2001
Par Ken - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Their debut (which I still love just as much as their others) might have been the record where DCD were given the "gothic" tag with its minimal hunger and its mysterious tribal tendencies, but "Spleen & Ideal" was where DCD became orchestrated, lush... majestic. The word "ethereal" has been around for ages, but it seems custom-fit to describe the Dead Can Dance sound, especially beginning with what they were accomplishing from this LP onward. Mysterious and subtle keyboard-laden passages, laced with Lisa Gerrard's stream-of-consciousness vocals, are juxtaposed with Brendan Perry's confidant, unwavering, and powerful voice on the other, typically orchestrated and brass-and-string driven tracks. I think this was the LP that showed Dead Can Dance's transformation from the primitive to the worldly and sophisticated - a metamorphosis they recreated with every release afterwards.
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HASH(0x863af084) étoiles sur 5 Dark, deep music for the ultra-patient 8 septembre 2008
Par mianfei - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Often acclaimed as their best album, 1985's "Spleen and Ideal" (the title coming from Charles Baudelaire) saw Lisa Gerrard and Brendan Perry develop one of the most enchanting and unique sounds ever to be put before the modern music world.

Though there are traces of the drum machines found on their debut, otherwise the instrumentation of "Spleen and Ideal" is entirely acoustic and horns have a prominent part, so much so that often "Spleen and Ideal" reminds one of funk slowed down to 10 beats per minute. The key thing is that this slowness, whilst it makes the music have little content at first listen, actually adds to the emotion and makes Brendan Perry's voice - which could easily be used for awful soul-pop in the vein of Joe Cocker - sound really passionate and so deeply melodic that it really hits your heart just as much Lisa's siren-like wail that actually is on "Mesmerism" very close to Liz Fraser.

The real gems that make "Spleen and Ideal" a remarkable album, however, are the first three tracks. "De Profundis" even features Andrew Hutton as Boy soprano and the incomprehensible yet twinkling vocals of Lisa Gerrard really cry despair. "Circumradiant Dawn" shows Lisa singing with even more passion, whilst the mainly instrumental "Ascension" features some of the most powerful, gut-wrenching, soulful horns you will ever hear.

After this, "Spleen and Ideal" become a little less inaccessible, but its slow, soulful passion remains a taste very difficult to acquire. Perry's beautiful voice on "The Cardinal Sin", "Enigma of the Absolute" and "Advent" perfectly matches the despairing lyrics he was to perfect on their next album Within the Realm of a Dying Sun. "Mesmerism" reminds one of another mystical masterpiece released a mere few months previously in Kate Bush's Hounds of Love but is more gorgeous and sensual than Bush ever was. "Advent" is as near to pop as Dead Can Dance were ever to be, but it is not easy to imagine the lyrics Perry sings on commercial radio.

"Avatar" makes for further Kate Bush comparisons with its joyful, mystical mood, but Lisa's voice is incredibly entrancing when you listen carefully and more upfront than on any other Dead Can Dance piece. Closer "Indoctrination (A Design for Living)" is really sedate, dark, yet totally danceable and really shows to great effect how people doom themselves to loss of freedom in its lyrics.

All in all, "Spleen and Ideal" can seem nothing on first listen but it is a truly beautiful and emotional work if you - unlike most listeners - manage to acquire a taste for it. Alternately despairing and ecstatically joyful, it was the true beginning of one of the most unique bands of at least the part forty years.
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HASH(0x863af168) étoiles sur 5 "...It's an illusion of life..." 18 avril 2004
Par Mike Chadwick - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
While Dead can dance's first album was already a magical gothic rock experience their second album brings their music to the heights of artistic perfection.
"de profundis" already shows band's new style - heavy medieval wall of sound,Lisa's etheral vocals and creepy atmosphere."ascension","Cumirant dawn","Mesmerism" are really scary and fascinating at the same time,while Brendan Perry's songs have got more traditional new wave rock feeling."The cardinal sin" is very hipnotising with it's dark lyrics,trumpets,gloomy bass riff and ocasionally played piano. "advent" is the most normal sounding song compared to the rest of album. "Indoctrination" is a great ending to the album.
TO be honest at first i didin't liked "spleen and ideal" as much as their other works.at first i thought it is too much raw and uncertain...but after few listenings i got addicted to it. i think that this is the music that you really love when you will already get into it.
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