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  • Audio CD (Nov. 18 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Durtro / Jnana
  • ASIN: B001I1SFV6
  • In-Print Editions: Audio CD
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Nature Unveiled and Dogs Blood Rising are Current 93's seminal first two albums. Both have been returned to their original formats of two tracks and five tracks respectively, and have been beautifully remastered by Denis Blackham. These reissues include booklets with early photographs of the group members who include David Tibet, Steven Stapleton (Nurse With Wound), John Balance (Coil), Little Annie, and Steve Ignorant (Crass) and original insert materials.

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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) HASH(0x9f39f4e0) out of 5 stars 5 reviews
12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa11d70e4) out of 5 stars C93's first, and one of the scariest! Sept. 4 2000
By T. Allen - Published on
Format: Audio CD
This is Current 93's first full length album re-issued on CD with some live tracks, 2 bonuses from a give-away that came with the first 1000 of the original and 2 songs from their first single. This one's a whopper. Intense, atomospheric, noisy, apocalyptic. Think chanting, loops slowing down and speeding up, demented opera samples, eschatology, Hell. There's still a little bit of Crowley on this one. If you know C93 from their folky, later material, this one may surprise you. Definitely my favorite from their early, noisy soundscape years. If you're looking for the end of the world, here's your soundtrack.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa11d7138) out of 5 stars no title Jan. 24 2004
By swamprat - Published on
Format: Audio CD
first of all, i have to say i think it would be "incorrect" to say that this record, and all of the early current's "soundscape" records, as people often refer to them, are better OR worse than current's recent material. they are just aesthetically different. substantially they are NOT different, if you ask me, maybe just simpler. so, i do not agree on this with the previous two reviewers. substantially, this record is mostly about apocalypse, the big ending itself, with all the small endings and deaths that we encounter every day held within. the state of the things that surround us DEMAND apocalypse, in a way. i think this is the main thought behind early current's records. all these thoughts are integral parts of more recent current's material, but the substance of current's newer material is MUCH more complex, so these feelings and thoughts are not so much in the front and isolated, but rather mixed,with love primarily. not love for this or that being, but love itself. i see no real substantial difference between early current's work and their later work, it is a steady, HONEST growth of spirituality. so, this record in particular does not WANT to be dark (ooooooh, spoooky!!), it is just an honest display of one's spiritual state, captured within the aforementioned feelings/thoughts. so, do not view this music as DARK music, it is just HONEST music, and that's what sets current's early records apart from a bunch of childish posers that try to recreate this kind of sound for the sake of "darkness". conclusion:buy this record, it is brilliant.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa11d7570) out of 5 stars One Of The Best Nov. 7 2003
By Maldoror - Published on
Format: Audio CD
This is by far one of the best Current 93 albums ever, in my opinion. I was drawn to them in their Maldoror days by their noisy soundscapes and tracks that took up almost a whole album side, and this one is a classic. Deep, droning, humming thrumming music like the stirrings of an ancient creature, singing monks, dark rumblings, and of course Tibet's distinct wailing. Some tracks are more mournful and dreamlike, some are dark and brooding, and yet others sound like Orc music. Current 93's more recent works seemed to have pulled away from this style a lot, and while anything they do will always be good IMHO, I think this time period was the greatest for them. If you find that you enjoy this album, I highly recommend you find also "Dogs Blood Order", "Live at Bar Maldoror", and "In A Foreign Town, In A Foreign Land", you will not be disappointed.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa11d7930) out of 5 stars Maldoror is alive and well.... Nov. 26 2003
By Danny Malboeuf - Published on
Format: Audio CD
This is in many ways the "ultimate" Current 93 release.The two extended tracks take you into pleasantly painful vistas peopled by elements that might in themselves be considered discordant,but in this context they are woven into dark and sparkling symphonies.Vague chanting,rumbling skies...even an excerpt from the Agnus Dei movement of Faure's requiem mass are drawn together to form a compelling whole.This is Current 93 at their most intense.The extra tracks consist of singles{!?}and rarities,and are a welcome addition to the package.
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa11d7a14) out of 5 stars To be reissued... Oct. 10 2006
By slug bait - Published on
Format: Audio CD
long out of print but word is, this album will be reissued soon (along with Dogs Blood Rising, another fantastic album from C93). Great album, scary, experimental, some really weird soundscapes.

Would you really pay one hundred bucks for a used copy? Seriously, one hundred dollars for a used copy? Ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha!!!