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01.Death In June - Lives At The Edge Of The World [DVD]
02.Death In June - Live At The Edge Of The World [CD+7"] 2018
03.Death In June - Live At The Edge Of The World [2LP GREY] 2018
04.Death In June - But, What Ends When... [Tape]
05.Death In June - Rose Clouds Of Holocaust [Tape]
06.Death In June - Thirteen Tapes bundle [Tape]
07.Death In June - Brown Book [Tape]
08.Death In June - The Wall Of Sacrifice [Tape]
09.Death In June - The World That Summer [Tape]
10.Death In June - Euro Cross [LP - Transparent Orange vinyl]
11.Death In June - Brown Book [LP Brown]
12.Death In June - All Pigs Must Die [Tape]
13.Death In June - Euro Cross [LP - Black Glitter vinyl]
14.Death In June - Discriminate [2*Tapes]
15.Death In June - The Snow Bunker Tapes [CD]
16.Death In June - Euro Cross [LP - Blue/White vinyl]
17.Death In June - The Corn Years - [2xLP]
18.Death In June presents KAPO! [Tape]
19.Dunkelheit - Les Solitudes Cendrées [CD]
20.Death In June - The Rule Of Thirds [Tape]
21.Death In June - Peaceful Snow [Tape]
22.Death In June - Abandon Tracks [Tape]
23.Death In June presents OCCIDENTAL MARTYR [Tape]
24.Death In June - Live In Wien 2011 [2CD]
25.Death In June - Peaceful Snow [CD]
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David E. Williams - Ensemble Experience Project [7"]  7.00EUR 



"Nearly a quarter-century into a staggering solo career, DAVID E. WILLIAMS has decided to join a band. Granted, the DAVID E. WILLIAMS ENSEMBLE EXPERIENCE PROJECT is a band that bears his name, but it still signifies the first time our favorite noir singer-songwriter has collaborated so freely on new songs with other musicians. He wrote these tunes as he normally does -- at the piano, in the kitchen, under heavy sorrow (of course!) -- but the final arrangements represent the creative contribution of five people working together like... well, a rock band. Man.

Don’t be afraid. We know that the transition from dark
cult music to classic rock has failed for many others. Many, many others.

But here, the result is a DAVID E. WILLIAMS release where his trademark absurdity ad profundum is equally matched by organic breadth, pop majesty and catchy subversion. We dare you not to sing along!

The suitcase is full of quarters. And love escapes like butterflies from a carcass. And a third of an omelet, indeed, makes an egg."

Originally released as 7 inch vinyl limited to 300 copies by NATO (Tesco USA) and Ur Muzik- NATO003/UR004

released 01 December 2010

David E. Williams - Vocals and Keyboards, Songwriting
Jerome Deppe - Guitar and Backing Vocals
Ruston Grosse - Drums
Tristan Deppe - Bass
Adrina Hanson - Violin
special guest star Jane Elizabeth as “Gert”

Produced by David E. Williams and Jerome Deppe


Format: VINYL
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