Duality (Lisa Gerrard & Pieter Bourke album)
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|Studio album by Lisa Gerrard and Pieter Bourke|
|Released||April 14, 1998|
|Studio||Lisa Gerrard's home studio, Gippsland, Australia|
|Genre||World fusion, baroque orchestral|
|Producer||Lisa Gerrard and Pieter Bourke|
|Lisa Gerrard chronology|
|Pieter Bourke chronology|
Duality is a collaborative album by Lisa Gerrard and Pieter Bourke released in 1998. It was Lisa Gerrard's second post-Dead Can Dance album after The Mirror Pool from 1995. Lisa Gerrard and Brendan Perry released their last album in 1996 and had officially disbanded Dead Can Dance earlier in 1998.
The beginning of the song "Shadow Magnet" influenced, in part, the music at the beginning of the Gladiator soundtrack (music by Hans Zimmer and Lisa Gerrard). The track "Nadir (Synchronicity)" was initially intended for use at the end of that film. However, due to copyright issues, a song 'influenced' by this track was used instead.
"Tempest" and "Sacrifice" were used for the Insider soundtrack.
All tracks by Pieter Bourke and Lisa Gerrard except where noted.
- "Shadow Magnet" – 7:54
- "Tempest" (Bourke, Gerrard, Madjid Khaladj) – 5:49
- "Forest Veil" – 2:31
- "The Comforter" – 1:26
- "The Unfolding" – 4:35
- "Pilgrimage of Lost Children" – 3:48
- "The Human Game" – 6:56
- "The Circulation of Shadows" – 1:56
- "Sacrifice" – 7:47
- "Nadir (Synchronicity)" – 3:02
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