HYBRYDS

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Title
The Ritual Should Be Kept Alive
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ArtistHYBRYDS
TitelThe Ritual Should Be Kept Alive
FormatCD
LabelZoharum Records
CountryPoland
Cat.-No.ZOHAR 089-2
Zoharum continues reissuing past works of one of the most interesting projects coming from the 1980s underground - Hybryds. This album is the fourth instalment in the reissue series of Hybryds classic releases. It is an expanded reissue of "The Ritual Should Be Kept Alive (1)" EP released back in 1991. That release featured only the first part of the title composition. The Zoharum edition was extended to a 70-minute full album with the other two parts of "The Ritual Should Be Kept Alive" included plus one more bonus song. Contrary to the previous releases ("Mythical Music from the 21st Century" and "Music for Rituals" - both reissued on Zoharum - with lots of short pieces), "The Ritual Should Be Kept Alive" contains slowly-evolving, long pieces which will hypnotise the listener with their sonic magic. Four songs on this album come from the same period, so it sounds very cohesive. And because three of them were not published before, "The Ritual Should Be Kept Alive" v.2014 might be treated as a new album. The album has been digitally remastered from the original stereo cassette master by none else but Sandy Nys, who also provided the cover based on the previous editions. This is the ritual music at its best. Now you can enjoy it in the best digital quality. The CD is housed in a digipak sleeve and the album is strictly limited to 500 copies. (label info)
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