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Nekromantik

Nekromantik

Limited Edition
One Way Static Records

Release Date: March 17, 2015

Formats: Cassette, Vinyl

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Track Listing

Disc 1:
1. SIDE A: Nekromantik
2. At Home
3. Ménage À Trois
4. Pas De Deux
5. Supper
6. Surprise
7. SIDE B: Deafmusic For A Grey Movie
8. Autopsy
9. Jellyface
10. Dream Surgery
11. Drunk
12. Sapor Sanguinus

Disc 2: Bonus 7" EP (INCLUDED WITH VINYL EDITION ONLY)
1. Pas De Deux '91
2. Ménage À Trois (Monster Version)
3. Gardener
4. Nekromantik '91
5. Home (Domina Version)
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From the Manufacturer

Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (expanded) to Jörg Buttgereit's 1987 Nekromantik composed & performed by Daktari Lorenz, Hermann Kopp and John Boy Walton.

Available on limited edition colored vinyl, black vinyl and cassette tape.

Vinyl Editions are packaged in a deluxe gatefold old school tip-on jacket with printed insert.

Color vinyl Edition:
Variants are sperm and blood splatter vinyl and smokey clear vinyl. The variants are inserted randomly and are limited to #500 copies each worldwide. They come sequentially foil numbered (2 series of /500). Comes with a BONUS 7" EP containing five extra bonus tracks. Also included is a bonus limited playable flexi postcard exclusive to the color vinyl edition. This postcard contains a cover of the Nekromantik theme by Norwegian Black Metal band Carpathian Forest.

Black Vinyl Edition:
Classic Black Vinyl limited to #500 copies worldwide. Comes with obi-strip. Comes with a BONUS 7" EP containing five extra bonus tracks.

Cassette Edition:
Deluxe Cassette Tape. Limited # 300 copies worldwide with alternate artworks. #100 copies are packaged as a limited hand numbered edition.

All versions come with extensive and exclusive liner notes from: Manfred Jelinski, Jörg Buttgereit, Daktari Lorenz, Hermann Kopp & Franz Rodenkirchen.

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