|1||The Voyage Of The Homeless Sapien||22:40|
|4||Gold Blood (Flooding)|
- Management – Paul Loasby
NotesSimilar pressing to Statik Majik except for different CD print, missing mould SID code and a non-printed inside booklet.
Recorded at Rhythm Studios 16-23 August 1993. Mixed at Rhythm Studios 10-14 January 1994.
Track 1 taken from the Cathedral album "The Ethereal Mirror".
- Barcode (Back Cover): 5 055006 523416
- Matrix / Runout: MOSH 234CD : 1:5 MASTERED BY NIMBUS
- Distributed By – Intercord Record Service – 977356 PC 251
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Earache
- Copyright (c) – Earache
- Glass Mastered At – Nimbus
Short introStatik Majik by Cathedral, released 05 April 1994 1. Midnight Mountain 2. Hypnos 164 3. Cosmic Funeral 4. The Voyage of the Homeless Sapien. This make the album necessary for every doom stoner rock aficionado. Not the best cover I prefer the Cosmic Requiem version, but absolutely astonishing groove, music and humour Favorite track: The Voyage of the Homeless Sapien. Statik Majik is an EP by British doom metal band Cathedral, released in March 1994 through Earache. Midnight Mountain originally appeared on the band's second full-length album, The Ethereal Mirror. Tracks 2, 3 and 4 were also released the same year on the Cosmic Requiem EP. In 2009, Statik Majik was re-released together with 1992's Soul Sacrifice EP. All tracks are written by Garry Jennings and Lee Dorrian, except where noted. Lee Dorrian vocals, production, mixing, sleeve concept. Songs in album Cathedral - Statik Majik 1994. Cathedral - Midnight Mountain. Cathedral - Hypnos 164. Cathedral - Cosmic Funeral. Cathedral - The Voyage Of The Homeless Sapien. Total votes: 3. Other albums by Cathedral. Statik Majik. Released 1994. Statik Majik Tracklist. Midnight Mountain 2009 4 Songs. Soul Sacrifice, Statik Majik. Type: EP. Also released as a bonus CD in cardboard slipcase of the 2009 re-release of The Ethereal Mirror album, minus the song Midnight Mountain, which is already featured on the album. Recording information: Track 1: Recorded and mixed at Manor Studios, Oxford, England. Cathedral - Statik Majik review: The trippy excursion of a homeless band. Statik Majik is not essential. If youre not a huge fan, don't bother yourself with it. But if you cant get enough of Cathedrals music or if youre just attracted to interesting, progressive Heavy Metal, this EP is definitely for you. It has shedloads of grooves and riffs and the musicianship is quite solid. I will not force you to listen to the entire EP. But I feel the obligation to urge you to at least try out the trippy excursion of The Voyage. Despite its length, it's perfectly listenable, thanks to its odd, multi-part structuring and the sheer contrast of styles presented, wh. Listen free to Cathedral Statik Majik Midnight Mountain, Hypnos 164 and more. 4 tracks 40:17
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