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Performer: Sol Invictus
Genre: Rock
Title: Once Upon A Time
Country: Germany
Released: 2014
Style: Neofolk
FLAC version ZIP size: 1165 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1807 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1304 mb
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 413
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Once Upon a Time' has something to it I hadn't heard before from Sol Invictus, the beast gets groovy.

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Band Name Sol Invictus. Album Name Once Upon a Time. Erscheinungsdatum 26 September 2014. Labels Prophecy Productions. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen1.

Sol Invictus (Latin for Unconquered Sun) is the seventh studio album by American rock band Faith No More, released on May 19, 2015.

Performer: Sol Invictus Album: Once Upon A Time Label: Auerbach Tontrager.

Sol Invictus - Once Upon A Timeby GH Records. 2. 1. Playing tracks by. Sol Invictus. Listen to an excerpt of his work here.

Protection Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve. Packaging All items are shipped brand-new and unopened in original packaging.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 MDCLXVI - The Devil's Year 2:15
2 The Devil On Tuesday 3:19
3 Once Upon A Time 4:02
4 13 Mercies 3:01
5 The Path Less Traveled 4:26
6 Mr. Cruel 4:26
7 The Devil 1:45
8 The Devil's Year 3:39
9 13 Coils 3:19
10 Our Father 4:04
11 The Villa 3:13
12 War
Words By – Peter Blegvad
3:38
13 Austin 3:01
14 Osman 4:42
15 Spare 3:28

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Furfeather Studios
  • Recorded At – Earth In Sound Studios
  • Recorded At – Rodel Sound
  • Mixed At – Earth In Sound Studios
  • Mastered At – Everything Hz
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Prophecy Productions
  • Copyright (c) – Prophecy Productions

Credits

  • Artwork – Axel Torvenius
  • Bass – Caroline Jago
  • Drums, Percussion – Lesley Malone
  • Electric Guitar, Mellotron – Don Anderson
  • Flute – Eilish McCracken
  • Harmonica, Guitar, Vocals – Howlin' Anton Bleak*
  • Mastered By – Billy Anderson
  • Mixed By – Jason Walton*
  • Music By – Sol Invictus, Tony Wakeford
  • Producer – MK*
  • Recorded By – Fred Tiel, Tony Wakeford
  • Recorded By [Don Anderson] – Jason Walton*
  • Recorded By [Drums] – Dan Cooper
  • Violin, Psaltery – Renée Rosen
  • Vocals – Liza Graham
  • Vocals, Guitar, Keyboards, Double Bass – Tony Wakeford
  • Words By – Tony Wakeford

Notes

The release comes in a 6-panel Digipak with a glued booklet containing the lyrics.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 884388306622
  • Barcode (Text): 8 84388 30662 2
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 3052
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L173
  • Matrix / Runout: 751.487 AB066 #1
  • Label Code: LC 10160

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
AB 066 LP Sol Invictus Once Upon A Time ‎(LP, Album, Ltd) Auerbach Tonträger AB 066 LP Germany 2014

fightnight
Once Upon A Time will take take a few listens to fully appreciate. Our Father is the winner here. The cover of Henry Cow's War is an odd choice, but fits in well.Overall, Tony doesn't sound vunerable on this album. Confessionals like "Here Am I" will not be found here.

Humin
A strangely composed new release from the already odd Sol Invictus. A voracious dose of psychedelia has gotten loose in Tony Wakeford's garden and things will never be the same; the acoustic guitar still strums and sways in the wind but around it an unkempt, wildly unpredictable plethora of instruments have taken root firmly in the soil. They craftily integrate themselves betwixt the dour words and strident percussion on these tracks making me look up from what I'm doing to be certain I am indeed listening to who I think I am; don't go running out of the room screaming just yet, you'll miss the best part of what is transpiring in this storybook kingdom where darkness is forever knocking at the door.Not because it wants to eat you up... it just wants to come around to tea and brood.'Once Upon a Time' has something to it I hadn't heard before from Sol Invictus, the beast gets groovy. Who could have suspected that? A look at the artwork only confirms that the elements have been shaken up and then recorded before they settle. Ever looked at a snow globe and wondered what the flakes say while they're whirling about in absolute chaos? You don't have to anymore, and that's not to say that this album has any kind of filler to it or that there's even a hint of improvisation. Everything was plotted precisely and is exactly where it needs to be. From Tony's happy sunshine-laden words to the flutes to the electric guitars fleshing out the song structure through deliciously written chords. The entire collection is a surprising feast of previously unexplored sonic territory.But then, anyone listening knew that changes were afoot when the single for "Mr. Cruel" appeared. It's a giddy tale of one individual's methodology throughout his life as he dishes out only the worst possible repartee and heaps abuse on whomever is unfortunate enough to cross his path. There's an exclusive b-side on it also, so snap it up before you miss out.Gallows humor and biting cynicism are a constant in Sol Invictus but they have never been clad in so many gorgeous colors. I'm not talking about the stately aplomb which the band have given us before, this record lives and breathes; an organic symbiosis of what has come before and some mutant form of the music which Wakeford grew up listening to. It's folksy at times alright but when one of the choruses vehemently belts out that people get what they deserve any thought of dipping candles or canning preserves gets chucked out the window and under the rails. No one is happy in this world but at best they can endure it and perhaps eventually make some kind of sense out of it.I knew he harbored some strange tendencies in his music and I'll keep making the case for his solo albums until I can no longer type but all that pales when you stop to absorb how much detail is contained herein; the instrumental pieces amaze me, like determined swine rooting in the dirt for the ever elusive black fungus there's no relenting until the aim is achieved. The players who now make up this band are remarkably fearless, they'd have to be to compose a record such as this. It's an admirable stance to take this far along and one that I'm certain will pay handsome dividends down the road.