Label: Terror - TR-20 • Format: CD Album Digipak • Country: Lithuania • Genre: Electronic, Rock • Style: Industrial, Experimental, Trip Hop
Tyliau! - Rumunija, Obšrr, Vilkduja - III (CD, Album)

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 · Viduje (Within) by Vilkduja, released 27 June 1. Kompasas muša vidurnaktį [s.o.s.] / Compass strikes midnight 2. Mantrah ov Naktis 3. Supernova! 4. Žaibų sandėliavimo instruktažas / Lightning storage instruction 5. Beprasmybės ešelonai / Echelons of vacuity 6. Mašinerija! / The Machinery! 7. Šaltmėtė / Peppermint 8. Oreiviai / Aeronauts 9.

Rumunija discography and songs: Music profile for Rumunija. Genres: Post-Punk, Neofolk, Industrial. Albums include I, III, and Kiekvienas Vaikas Nori Turėti Žvėrį.

Rumunija / Obšrr / Vilkduja - III. Reviewed by Daina Rumunija / Obšrr / Vilkduja. Through the first third of the album I get on the road with Rumunija and sink into "Žemė" (Earth) and "Nežinia" (Uncertainty), grateful to the bottle of alcohol, standing on the shelf (the same kind of a shelf my parents once owned, same kind hanging in.

Almost an hour of the best bands from Lithuanian underground. These projects have earned their status with their excellent live shows and usually highly limited releases. And no matter how people try to put them in frames of certain styles - slow neopolka, sharp minor, post-folk, country antigothic or so, the main thing to listen to them is the spirit that they breath. I guess dark cabaret.

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  1. Obšrr - Neužrašyta giesmė strazdelio (from Rumunija / Obšrr / Vilkduja CD III) Biography The music of Obšrr is a nocturnal butterfly hovering somewhere in the attics of the past, evoking visions of the pigeons cooing in the balconies of multi-story apartment blocks and casting odd light on the childhood memories.

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