Release date: 1980
Originally released in 1980, Bernard Szajner's second album is an emotive and sometimes disturbing musical imagining of two prisoners on death row, initially conceived as the soundtrack to a short film by Amnesty International. The complete album places dark, angular and unnerving electronic textures within dynamic rock arrangements, guest musicians including Klaus Blasquiz and Bernard Paganotti of Magma.
This remastered edition also includes three bonus tracks recorded in 1982 (Thol Onsia, A Single Broken Wing and S-n-o-w-p-r-i-n-t-s), all previously unreleased. The CD booklet includes images, complete artwork and a detailed Szajner biography.
1. Welcome to Death Row
5. The Memory
6. Suspended Animation
7. A Kind of Freedom
8. Thol Onsia
9. A Single Broken Wing
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