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Well, it has been more than 3 days now since I started gathering some info about this project...Lady Luck is not sharing her room with me lately. So, here's what I've got: Dagda Mor is a german based project. This album was released on cassette in 1994 on the Loki Foundation label(which is coordinated by Dagda Mor and Inade). The first edition was released as LOKI 08 with approximately 100 copies released. 200 copies were released of the second edition, which was released as C 90, with additional material from "Heriot" (LOKI 05)and three tracks less from the original release.
The sound revolves around what is called power electronics, although besides the PE dimension of Dagda Mor's soundscapes, there is a strong scent of dark ambient that gives a certain atmosphere to this album. I don't know if I would go so far as to name it their best, but it's certainly one of my favorites. I hope you'll enjoy it as well!
Year of Release: 1994 Label: Loki Foundation Catalog #: LOKI 08 Bitrate: 224kbps