History Music / DeathInJune

31st Mar '16 11:27:26 AM aye_amber
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* TropeCodifier - along with Current 93 and Sol Invictus for neofolk, but not TropeNamer, as its unknown who exactly came up with the term. The aforementioned group Changes are an UrExample along with British folk bands like the Strawbs, Fairport Convention, The Pentangle, etc.

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* TropeCodifier - along TropeCodifier: Along with Current 93 ''Current 93'' and Sol Invictus ''Sol Invictus'' for neofolk, but not TropeNamer, TropeNamers, as its unknown who exactly came up with the term. The aforementioned group Changes are an UrExample along with British folk bands like the Strawbs, Fairport Convention, The Pentangle, etc.
24th Oct '15 7:37:57 PM nombretomado
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* ShoutOut - to ThePrisoner on the "93 Dead Sunwheels" Mini-CD and YukioMishima in "The Blood of Winter"

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* ShoutOut - to ThePrisoner ''Series/ThePrisoner'' on the "93 Dead Sunwheels" Mini-CD and YukioMishima in "The Blood of Winter"
4th Jan '14 3:12:59 PM paulson
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26th Nov '13 7:54:46 AM RavenChant28
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* AntiLoveSong - Hollows of Devotion" is one of the overall stranger examples of this in any form of music. It's about an accidental affair with Douglas and a Catholic priest in an airport bathroom, and the Squick resulting from it.

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* AntiLoveSong - Hollows of Devotion" is one of the overall stranger examples of this in any form of music. It's about an accidental affair with Douglas and a Catholic priest in an airport bathroom, and the Squick resulting from it.
26th Nov '13 7:54:03 AM RavenChant28
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*AntiLoveSong - Hollows of Devotion" is one of the overall stranger examples of this in any form of music. It's about an accidental affair with Douglas and a Catholic priest in an airport bathroom, and the Squick resulting from it.
7th May '13 5:39:00 AM RavenChant28
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British band formed by Douglas Pearce in 1981. Started off as a post-punk/industrial band, but after a few albums, eventually started becoming folkier, lending themselves as the inventors of the genre of music known as 'neofolk' (although bands such as Changes had adopted similar sounds and themes well before DIJ), gloomy, sentimental acoustic music that had emerged from post-punk/post-industrial circles. Pearce has been the main creative force since its inception, though he has collaborated with many different musicians throughout his career, including fellow industrial/neofolk musicians Tony Wakeford of Sol Invictus, David Tibet of Current 93, Boyd Rice of NON, John Murphy, formerly of SPK, and Patrick Leagas of Mother Destruction. Lyrical themes involve love, detachment, self-discovery, Douglas' own life, and spirituality, and are full of traditional European symbolism.

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British band formed by Douglas Pearce in 1981. Started off as a post-punk/industrial band, but after a few albums, eventually started becoming folkier, lending themselves as the inventors of the genre of music known as 'neofolk' (although bands such as Changes had adopted similar sounds and themes well before DIJ), gloomy, sentimental acoustic music that had emerged from post-punk/post-industrial circles. Pearce has been the main creative force since its inception, though he has collaborated with many different musicians throughout his career, including fellow industrial/neofolk musicians Tony Wakeford of Sol Invictus, David Tibet of Current 93, Boyd Rice of NON, John Murphy, formerly of SPK, and Patrick Leagas of Mother Destruction. Lyrical themes involve love, detachment, self-discovery, Douglas' own life, and spirituality, and are full of traditional European symbolism. His influences include YukioMishima, Jean Genet, TheEddas, FriedrichNietzsche, and Anglo-Saxon poetry.
8th Apr '13 3:48:05 AM RavenChant28
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* TropeCodifier - along with Current 93 and Sol Invictus for neofolk, but not TropeNamer, as its unknown who exactly came up with the term.

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* TropeCodifier - along with Current 93 and Sol Invictus for neofolk, but not TropeNamer, as its unknown who exactly came up with the term. The aforementioned group Changes are an UrExample along with British folk bands like the Strawbs, Fairport Convention, The Pentangle, etc.
31st Mar '13 11:52:28 AM paulson
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* CanonDiscontinuity - On the official website's extensive discography [[note]]a timeline separated by decade listing new released and UpdatedRereleases and information on every single album pressing[[/note]], the albums ''Take Care & Control'' and ''Operation Hummingbird'' aren't listed at all. Lyrics can still be found for every song however.


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* UpdatedRerelease - almost every album has several different versions. Variances can be in artwork, format, track listing, etc.
29th Mar '13 7:05:38 AM RavenChant28
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28th Mar '13 1:07:49 PM RavenChant28
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* ShoutOut - to ThePrisoner on the "93 Dead Sunwheels" Mini-CD.

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* ShoutOut - to ThePrisoner on the "93 Dead Sunwheels" Mini-CD.Mini-CD and YukioMishima in "The Blood of Winter"
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