Laibach - Opus Dei FLAC album
Genre: Electronic / Rock
Title: Opus Dei
FLAC version ZIP size: 1248 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1821 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1253 mb
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Opus Dei is the third studio album by Laibach, released in 1987. It features "Geburt einer Nation" ("birth of a nation"), a German cover of Queen's "One Vision", and two reworkings of the Austrian band Opus' sole international hit single "Live Is Life". The Great Seal" is the national anthem of the NSK State, the lyrics taken from Churchill's "We shall fight on the beaches" speech.
Having gained a fair amount of underground attention throughout Europe, particularly in both Germany and England, Laibach made its first attempt at crossing over - in a way - with Opus Dei. An alliance with Mute records led to Rico Conning handling the production, while the group decided to spell out the connections between mega-arena rock & roll and fascist spectacle all the more directly.
More albums from Laibach: . December 21, 1984 by Laibach. Iron Sky (The Original Film Soundtrack) by Laibach. Sonic Highway by Laibach. Laibachkunstderfuge BWV 1080 by Laibach. 5. Opus Dei (Live Is Life). 7. How The West Was Won.
Opus Dei (LP, Album). INT 14. 57, STUMM 44. Laibach. Opus Dei (LP, Album). Laibach - Geburt einer Nation (Opus Dei) Official Video, 1987.
Album Name Opus Dei. Type Album. Labels Mute Records (GER) Wax Trax Records MG Records.
Opus Dei by Laibach, released 01 January 1987 1. Leben Heißt Leben 2. Geburt Einer Nation 3. Leben - Tod 4. . Opus Dei 6. Trans-National 7. How the West Was Won 8. Herz-Felde 9. The Great Seal 10. Jägerspiel 11. Koza (Skin) 12. Krst (Baptism) Opus Dei is the third studio album by Laibach, released in 1987. It features "Geburt einer Nation", a German cover of Queen's "One Vision", and two reworkings of the Austrian band Opus' sole international hit single "Live Is Life".
BPM Profile Opus Dei. Album starts at 141BPM, ends at 128BPM (-13), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Laibach. Also sprach Zarathustra.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|1||Leben Heisst Leben
Written-By – Opus
|2||Geburt Einer Nation
Written-By – Queen
|3||Leben - Tod|
Adapted By – LaibachWritten-By – Opus
|7||How The West Was Won|
|8||The Great Seal|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Mute Records Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – Mute Records Ltd.
- Pressed By – EMI Uden
- Recorded At – Studio Tivoli, Ljubljana
- Mixed At – Guerilla Studios
- Design – Laibach Kunst
- Engineer [Recording Engineer] – Janez Križaj
- Layout – Slim Smith
- Photography By [Photos] – Monica Curtin
- Producer – Rico Conning
- Written-By – Laibach (tracks: 3, 4, 6 to 12)
Notes℗ & © 1987 Mute Records
Made in e.u.
Recorded in Ljubljana, Studio Tivoli, November 1986.
Mixed at Guerilla Studio, London, December 1986.
Tracks 9 to 12 originally recorded for the play "Krst Pod Triglavom" (Baptism Under The Triglav)
performed by the Scipion Nasica Theatre - Cankarjev Dom, Ljubljana 1986-1987.
Released in a standard jewel case including 12-page booklet.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 5 016025 610440
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI L046
- Mould SID Code: ifpi15F7
- Matrix / Runout: EMI UDEN 8423932 @ 1 1-1-6-NL
- Rights Society: bel/BIEM
- Label Code: LC5834
|STUMM 44||Laibach||Opus Dei (LP, Album)||Mute||STUMM 44||UK||1987|
|INT 146.857, STUMM 44||Laibach||Opus Dei (LP, Album)||Mute, Mute||INT 146.857, STUMM 44||Germany||1987|
|CDSTUMM44||Laibach||Opus Dei (CD, Album, RP)||Mute||CDSTUMM44||UK & Europe||Unknown|
|INT 846.857||Laibach||Opus Dei (CD, Album, RE)||Mute||INT 846.857||Germany||1989|
|70531||Laibach||Opus Dei (LP, Album)||Mute||70531||France||1987|