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      Rome
      "A Passage To Rhodesia"

      Label: Trisol Music (2015)
      Digipack Re-release of the most extraordinary Limited Box Edition that Trisol manufactured ever! “A Passage to Rhodesia” is Rome's tenth album, but it's safe to say it's one of the most important releases in its long-standing career. The album unites instant dark folk classics such as “A Farewell to Europe” and “One Fire” with ambient collages in the best industrial and experimental traditions.

      Mastermind Jerome Reuter has accomplished a great swirling devil of a record, an epic and tragic masterpiece of considerable scale, rich in theme and philosophic inquiry. “A Passage to Rhodesia” is set against the backdrop of the Bush War (Bush as in jungle, not the American presidents) in the country named after imperialist Cecil Rhodes. The protagonists - a generation of Whites in Black Africa fighting and dying for a lost cause - are caught in a web of blinkered complacency and radical prejudice. Jerome Reuter takes an open-hearted look at the tragedies, insanities and absurdities of war-torn Rhodesia in the dog days of white supremacy in southern Africa. “A Passage To Rhodesia” is a remarkable, yet deeply disturbing odyssey driven by a strange love for the country and its people, a witness-bearing of the rarest courage.

      1. Electrocuting An Elephant
      2. The Ballad Of The Red Flame Lily
      3. One Fire
      4. A Farewell To Europe
      5. The Fever Tree
      6. Hate Us And See Of We Mind
      7. The River Eternal
      8. A Country Denied
      9. Lullaby For Georgie
      10. In A Wilderness Of Spite
      11. Bread And Wine
      12. The Past Is Another Country

    dkk 120/eur 16

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