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Ruth White - Flowers Of Evil

Musician: Ruth White
Album title: Flowers Of Evil
Style: Experimental
Released: 2014
Country: US
Size MP3 version: 1396 mb
Size APE version: 1861 mb
Size WMA version: 1108 mb
Rating ✫: 4.2
Votes: 177
Format: WMA AIFF FLAC DTS AHX RA WAV
Genre: Electronic

Ruth White - Flowers Of Evil mp3 album

Ruth White - Flowers Of Evil mp3 album

Tracklist

A1 The Clock 3:03
A2 Evening Harmony 4:02
A3 Lover's Wine 2:57
A4 Owls 2:45
A5 Mists And Rains 2:06
B1 The Irremediable 4:55
B2 The Cat 3:27
B3 Spleen 2:50
B4 The Litanies Of Satan 6:50

Credits

  • Composed By – Ruth White
  • Electronics – Ruth White
  • Lyrics By – Charles Baudelaire
  • Producer – Ruth White
  • Translated By – Ruth White
  • Vocals – Ruth White

Notes

Limited reissue of 300 copies.
Version 2, Clear vinyl.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): BMR 003 A MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): BMR 003 B MPO

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
LS 86066 Ruth White Flowers Of Evil ‎(LP, Album) Limelight LS 86066 US 1969
none Ruth White The Flowers Of Evil Plus ‎(CDr, Unofficial) Dolor Del Estamago none US Unknown
BMR003 Ruth White Flowers Of Evil ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, RE) Black Mass Rising BMR003 France 2013
LS 86066 Ruth White Flowers Of Evil ‎(LP, Album, Promo) Limelight LS 86066 US 1969
none Ruth White Flowers Of Evil ‎(Cass, S/Sided, RE) Not On Label none US Unknown



lolike
Sound quality of this release is quite bad.. For that price, it doesn't worth it. I always listened to the mp3 file of this album when this release was not out yet. Honestly, I still listen this album in mp3 even if I got this re-issue. SAD !
GoodLike
Never heard an original, but this sounds quite good to me. I've sold three copies and never had any complaints about the fidelity. One of the darkest, moodiest and beautiful records ever made. Good for late night dim light freak outs.
Briciraz
Yet, another vinyl re-issue falls victim to less-than-stellar mastering... Was the audio sourced from a crackly copy of the original record and run through some de-clicking software? Countless seconds have been cut out of the recordings to the point of even disrupting the rhythm of some of the music.After writing the first version of this comment, I learned that the audio master the label was given access to was apparently damaged, but if that were the case, then the work should not have been released until properly restored...One favorable thing I will say is that the label did an excellent job with replicating the original packaging design (even though the front cover of the second pressing has a purplish hue that screens the white parts of the design). Even the purple hue looks fine, so I have no complaints there.