» » The Sisters Of Mercy - Black Dominion

The Sisters Of Mercy - Black Dominion

Album MP3: 1338 mb. | Album FLAC: 2526 mb. | Album WMA: 1224 mb.


1Body Electric
2A Rock And A Hard Place
3Dominion/Mother Russia
4Home Of The Hit-Men
6Body And Soul
7This Corrosion


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
BD 359The Sisters Of Mercy Black Dominion ‎(12", Ltd, Num, Unofficial, Bla + Box, Ltd, Unoffic)Not On Label (The Sisters Of Mercy)BD 3591989
BD 359The Sisters Of Mercy Black Dominion ‎(12", Ltd, Unofficial, Yel)Not On Label (The Sisters Of Mercy)BD 3591989
BD 359The Sisters Of Mercy Black Dominion ‎(12", Ltd, Unofficial, Red)Not On Label (The Sisters Of Mercy)BD 359Germany1989
BD 359The Sisters Of Mercy Black Dominion ‎(12", Ltd, Unofficial, Blu)Not On Label (The Sisters Of Mercy)BD 3591989


Limited edition of 20 handnumbered copies. Comes with black box with large triangle stickers on front and back side. Including large live-picture from Andrew Eldritch and 2 large cards, obviously the cutted sleeve from the normal edition. This box-set comes as an exception with clear vinyl.

Three editions in existence:
20 copies in clear vinyl,
20 box-sets,
limited standard edition

Sources (with corrections):
A1: Andrew Eldritch Mix (Floodland demo)
B1, B2: Rough Mix (Demos)
B3: misspelled 'A Rock' (Demo)
B4: Radio mix (Demo)
B5: misspelled 'Home' (B-Side, 1st 7")
B6: 3:59 Mix


Dominion - The Sisters of Mercy. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. High quality version of the official music video for the cult song Dominion Mother Russia. Think of activating the 720p HD setting in the options for an. Dominion is a song by English rock band The Sisters of Mercy. It was released as the second single from their second studio album, Floodland, in February 1988. The version on Floodland features Dominion as well as a coda piece titled Mother Russia. It was written by band frontman Andrew Eldritch and produced by Larry Alexander, Eldritch, and Jim Steinman. The Sisters of Mercy - Dominion 1988. To favorites 2 Download album. Listen album. Gothic Rock. The Sisters of Mercy. Songs in album The Sisters of Mercy - Dominion 1988. The Sisters of Mercy - Dominion. The Sisters of Mercy - Untitled. The Sisters of Mercy - Sandstorm. The Sisters of Mercy - Ozymandias. Watch the video for Dominion from The Sisters of Mercy's Entertainment or Death for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Originating from Leeds, the Sisters of Mercy were described by critic Steve Huey as playing a slow, gloomy, ponderous hybrid of metal and psychedelia, often incorporating dance beats. read more. The one constant in the band's car read more. DominionMother Russia. Body And Sisters of Mercy Lucretia My Reflection. The Sisters Of Mercy Walk Away. The Sisters of Mercy This Corrosion. The Sisters Of Mercy No Time To Cry. This Day In 80s Music. The album produced four singles: New Attitude Patti LaBelle, The Heat Is On Glenn Frey, Stir It Up Patti LaBelle, and Axel F Harold Faltermeyer. Whitney Houston started an eleven-week run at 1 in Germany with her second studio album, Whitney. The album produced six successful singles: I Wanna Dance with Somebody Who Loves Me, Didn't We Almost Have It All, So Emotional, Where Do Broken Hearts Go, Love Will Save the Day, and I Know Him So Well. DominionMother Russia was first released in November 1987. on The Sisters of Mercy's second album Floodland. Later on, it formed the A-Side of the Dominion single, which was issued in February 1988. and was soon followed by an according video to that song. The Dominion CD-single includes. a song titled Ozymandias, which is just Dominion playeed backwards. Only the title of the first part of this song is Dominion. It is, however, often being referred to as DominionMother Russia. The Sisters of Mercy are an English rock band, formed in 1980 in Leeds. After achieving early underground fame there, the band had their commercial breakthrough in the mid-1980s and sustained it until the early 1990s, when they stopped releasing new recorded output in protest against their record company WEA. Currently, the band are a touring outfit only. The group has released three original studio albums, the last of which was released in 1990. Each album was recorded by a different line-up singer. Written by Sisters of Mercy lead singer Andrew Eldritch, this apocalyptic track was inspired by Percy Bysshe Shelley's 1818 sonnet Ozymandias. Eldritch told MTV: The song is about erecting monuments in outrageous places to one's own personal power and then crumbling away. The 7-minute album version was remixed and released as Dominion in the UK. It's sort of a carry on and 'Carry On' from 'Black Planet' - part of my hatehate relationship with America. I just had this idea of all them huddled in their mobile homes while Mother Russia rained down on them. They deserve it

The Sisters Of Mercy - Black Dominion
Goth Rock
Performer: The Sisters Of Mercy
Title: Black Dominion
Category: Rock
Released: 1989
Label: Not On Label (The Sisters Of Mercy)
Catalog #: BD 359
Rating: 4.3/5
Votes: 753
Record Source: Vinyl, 12", Limited Edition, Numbered, Unofficial Release, Clear Vinyl Box Set, Numbered, Unofficial Release