https://driftrecords.com/products/dead-can-dance-the-serpents-egg9716919044Dead Can Dance - The Serpent's Egg//cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0161/8690/products/CAD3638_large.jpg?v=1526972317//cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0161/8690/products/CAD3638_medium.jpg?v=152697231716.99GBPOutOfStockDead Can DanceDead Can DanceIndie & AlternativeDead Can Dance’s fourth album, The Serpent’s Egg (1988), came during a prolific period for the band, being released just four years after their debut. It was also the first they made at their own studio which, according to Brendan Perry, allowed them to continue to grow in “their own self-proclaimed direction”. A minimal yet rather grandiose record which includes fan favourites ‘The Host Of Seraphim’ and ‘Ullyses’, The Serpent’s Egg is a triumph and perhaps the finest example of where Brendan and Lisa’s diametrically different influences are overcome to form a new, almost synaesthetic whole.
A1. The Host Of Seraphim A2. Orbis De Ignis A3. Severance A4. The Writing On My Father's Hand A5. In The Kingdom Of The Blind The One-Eyed Are Kings B1. Chant Of The Paladin B2. Song Of Sophia B3. Echolalia B4. Mother Tongue B5. Ullyses