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Draumalandid

Draumalandid

Bedroom Community (HVALUR8CD)

Release Date: March 2, 2010

Format: CD

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1. GrylukvÊ?i

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 4:51
2. Dreamland

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 3:46
3. Past Tundra

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 5:06
4. I Offer Prosperity And Eternal Life

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 1:51
5. Laxness

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 1:20
6. Hot Ground, Cold

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 1:46
7. Draumaland

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 2:28
8. Economic Hitman

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 1:15
9. Cold Ground, Hot

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 4:43
10. Beyond The Moss

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 2:55
11. Nowhere Land

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 4:54
12. Helter Smelter

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 4:17
  Total Album Time: 39:12

From the Manufacturer

Draumalandi­ (Dreamland), a documentary about the exploitation of Iceland's natural resources, tells a story about huge things–the fortunes of a whole nation; the destruction of vast landscapes; and the global economic forces, greater still than any nation, that fuel it all–and for his soundtrack to the film, Valgeir has brought out a heavier set of tools.

His entire roster of Bedroom Community labelmates contributes in some way to the creation of the score: classical composers Nico Muhly and DanÝel Bjarnason, industrial wizard Ben Frost, and American folksinger Sam Amidon, along with a host of others, and the small orchestra assembled for the record swells from moments of expansive beauty into massive, surging symphonic force. Its harmonies are anxious, pulsing, driven.

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