Death In June – Crush My Love (1985)

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Nada is an album that explodes with fresh ideas in the midst of some great dark `80’s dance tracks. This is the last DIJ album to feature Patrick Legas and his influence is certainly felt throughout. The weakest tracks are the ones that feature his lead vocals but for the most part the album is great and the best early DIJ album available. Mixing eighties drum beats and influences that include WWII German Marches to eastern European traditional music to Gregorian Chant and of course punk and folk styles the sound is certainly unique. Using Douglas Pierce’s booming yet contemplative voices, synthesizers, heavy drums, and some tape loops courtesy of their Current 93 connection this album will leave an impression on each listener and is a fantastic work of art. [Source]




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