Ankoku butoh

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ankoku butoh
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Studio album by Faith and the Muse
Released October 31, 2009
Genre Gothic rock
Length 45:50
Label Danse Macabre
Producer Faith and the Muse
Faith and the Muse chronology
The Burning Season
(2003)The Burning Season2003
:ankoku butoh:
(2009)

:ankoku butoh: is the fifth studio album by Gothic rock band Faith and the Muse. It comprises one CD and one DVD. It was the band's first release on the Danse Macabre label.[1]

Thematically, the album reflects elements of Shinto and Japanese culture.[2] In accordance with this, the booklet accompanying the album was printed back-to-front.

Track listing (CD)[edit]

All tracks by Faith and the Muse

No. Title Length
1. "The Woman of the Snow" 2:45
2. "Kamimukae" 1:08
3. "Blessed" 3:56
4. "Battle Hymn" 4:24
5. "Bushido" 2:38
6. "Nine Dragons" 4:35
7. "Harai" 1:34
8. "When We Go Dark" 4:26
9. "The Red Crown" 4:21
10. "Kodama" 3:36
11. "She Waits By the Well" 4:25
12. "Sovereign" 4:26
13. "To Be Continued" 3:36
Total length: 45:50

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DVD track Listing[edit]

Videos

  1. Battle Hymn (album video) (link opens in a new page)
  2. Blessed (album video)
  3. Interview with the band

Live Concert Film

  1. Scars Flown Proud
  2. The Silver Circle
  3. Bait & Switch / Sredni Vashtar
  4. Relic Song
  5. Shattered in Aspect
  6. Paul Mercer: Solo
  7. The Burning Season
  8. The Trauma Coil
  9. All Lovers Lost / Arianrhod
  10. Fade and Remain
  11. Sparks
  12. Cantus

Rarities & Extras

  1. Sparks (1994 Video)
  2. Annwyn, Beneath the Waves (live at WGT 1998)
  3. The Burning Season (2004 Video)
  4. Into My Own (2007 Video)
  5. Anafae (Official Trailer)[4]

Personnel[edit]

  • All instruments and voices performed by William Faith and Monica Richards except:
  • Violin by Paul Mercer • Cello by Marzia Rangel
  • Dragon Artwork by Jim Neely
  • Produced by Faith and the Muse
  • Recorded by William Faith @ Zone 0, Los Angeles, CA
  • Mixed and mastered by Chad Blinman @ The Eye Socket, Los Angeles, California[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Faith & The Muse | Danse Macabre Records". Dansemacabre-group.com. Retrieved 2012-01-14. 
  2. ^ Ohanesian, Liz (2009-12-16). "Interview: Faith and the Muse Talk Dragon*Con, Taiko and Butoh - Los Angeles Music - West Coast Sound". Blogs.laweekly.com. Retrieved 2012-01-14. 
  3. ^ "ankoku butoh :: Faith And The Muse: Music". Amazon.com. Retrieved 2012-01-14. 
  4. ^ "Faith And The Muse - : ankoku butoh : (CD, Album) at Discogs". Discogs.com. 2009-11-27. Retrieved 2012-01-14. 
  5. ^ "Faith and the Muse: : ankoku butoh :". Mercyground.com. Retrieved 2012-01-14.