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|1. Introduction: "Let's Experiment" (2:24)|
|2. Pure Radio Cosplay (5:26)|
|3. Summer of All Dead Souls (4:17)|
|4. Cover the Days Like a Tidal Wave (2:51)|
|5. Fall of the Empire (2:28)|
|6. The Wasteland (2:33)|
|7. Spiral Jetty (1:48)|
|8. Weight of the Sun (or the Post-Modern Prometheus) (2:19)|
|9. Pure Radio Cosplay (Reprise) (3:18)|
|10. Ebb Away (2:41)|
|11. The Fairlight Pendant (5:44)|
|12. The Bubble Demo (32:30)|
This is a great album, not a weak song in the lot.
Without the comic book and art direction forming the backbone of this work, the other contents by themselves probably would not be very good.
A few great hooks sprinkled in- just enough to make you wish for more, but instead the mood shifts into psychedelic swirls.
This is a great album, not a weak song in the lot. High energy, great playing and singing, great lyrics.Published on January 18, 2013 by Robert Nyeholt
One of Trail of Dead's best records!! Great record to begin with if you are just discovering them. The packaging for this album is awesome!Published on November 27, 2012 by ,Troy Vandenbraak
I now own 5 Trail of Dead records and have seen them live twice. In both instances, I was annoyed they didn't play more songs from the records I love the most - the epic noisy... Read morePublished on July 18, 2011 by E. Kutinsky
What can I say about Trail of Dead that would do them justice? This disc is fantastic!! They decided to produce it as 2 long tracks mixed together, (think of side B of The... Read morePublished on May 8, 2011 by Joe Lindsey
Tao of the Dead really is the most ambitious thing that the band have done to date. As a creative work that exists across multiple mediums, I'll judge this accordingly. Read morePublished on February 27, 2011 by Amazon Customer