Airborne Bells/Is Suicide a Solution?

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"Airborne Bells/Is Suicide A Solution?"
Airborne bells is suicide a solution.jpg
Single by Coil
Released 1993 November
Format 7"
Genre Dark ambient, Drone
Length 10:42
Label Clawfist
Producer(s) Coil
Coil singles chronology
"'How To Destroy Angels'"
(1992)
"Airborne Bells/Is Suicide A Solution?"
(1993)
"'Themes for Derek Jarman's Blue'"
(1993)
How To Destroy Angels
(1992)
Airborne Bells/Is Suicide A Solution?
(1993)
Themes for Derek Jarman's Blue
(1993)
back cover
back cover

"Airborne Bells"/"Is Suicide A Solution?" is a 7" vinyl single by Coil released in an edition believed to be between 1250 and 1400 copies. This single was number 22 of a series from "Clawfist Singles Club", with catalogue number XPIG 22.

The front cover lists the track name "Airborne Bells", while the vinyl label erroneously refers to the song as "Airbourne Bells".

"Is Suicide A Solution?" is an expanded and remixed version of "Who'll Fall" from Stolen & Contaminated Songs.

The opening lyrics are "I am the loneliest link in a very strange chain." The closing lyrics, played backwards, are "When the gods want to punish you, they answer your prayers..."

The vinyl is etched as follows: Side A: HALOGEN REFRACTED THROUGH KERATIN, Side B: ...UNBORN SMELLS

Track listing[edit]

Side A:

  1. "Airborne Bells" – 5:21

Side B:

  1. "Is Suicide a Solution?" – 5:21

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