Elysian Fields

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Elysian Fields may refer to:

General use[edit]

  • Elysium (or the Elysian Fields), in Greek mythology, the final resting places of the souls of the heroic and the virtuous. It was ruled by Cronus.


Music and entertainment[edit]

  • Elysian Fields (band), an American art rock band
  • The song "Elysian Fields" by the band Megadeth from Youthanasia
  • The song "Elysian Fields" by the hip hop artist Heath McNease.
  • The song "Elysian Fields" by Andy Moor and Carrie Skipper.
  • The song "Elysian Castles" by Japanese post-rock band MONO.
  • The 2000 album "Elysian Fields" by Swiss electronica artist Minus 8, and the first song on the album, "Elysian Fields".
  • Album Title 'Beyond Elysian Fields' (2004) by Hugh Cornwall (formerly The Stranglers).
  • A music festival held the first weekend of August in Boyce, Virginia
  • Elysian Fields by the band God Is an Astronaut.
  • The Man from Elysian Fields, a 2001 movie starring Andy Garcia
  • The song "Elysian Fields" by Casey Frazier from the 2009 movie, Teenage Dirtbag
  • "Last Car to Elysian Fields", a novel by James Lee Burke, copyright 2003 (set near New Orleans)


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