Vandal Moon – Black Kiss - 2020 Synthwave Darkwave - Blue Vinyl - Sealed LP

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22041
CA$68.95

Vandal Moon – Black Kiss

Label:
Starfield Music – SM009LP
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album, Special Edition, Stereo, Blue
Country:
Canada
Released:
Nov 14, 2020
Genre:
Electronic
Style:
Synthwave, Synth-pop, Darkwave, New Wave
 
Tracklist
 
 
A1 Hurt 3:41
A2 Dead 3:09
A3 Black Kiss 3:30
A4 We Are Electric 4:53
A5 We Live Forever
Featuring – New Spell
Featuring – New Spell
3:52
 
B1 Wicked World 3:22
B2 Robot Lover 4:22
B3 Suicidal City Girl 3:53
B4 Pretend To Die 4:02
B5 No Future 4:25
 
Companies, etc.
Copyright © – Starfield Music
Phonographic Copyright ℗ – Starfield Music
Credits
Artwork – Neil Scrivin
Mixed By, Mastered By – Maurizio Baggio
Synthesizer [Additional Synthesziers] – Shawn Ward (tracks: A4, B4)
Vocals [Additional Vocals] – Leanne Kelly (tracks: A5)
Written-By – Voss* (tracks: B2), Einsiedler* (tracks: B2)
Written-By, Producer, Recorded By – Blake Voss
Barcode and Other Identifiers
Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A Etched): V127 1206-SM009LP A

Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B Etched): V127 1206-SM009LP B


Hurt is the first track on the Black Kiss album and it absolutely reeks of Depeche Mode; its a well crafted and performed song. Dead brings us that pure post punk vibe with soulful vocals and a dark yet gentle sound. Black Kiss has a very ominous tone to it creating this catchy horror fuelled tune. We Are Electric is a song that you can get lost in and it will give you a peace of mind. We Live Forever is a favourite on this track with its admirable and heartfelt lyrics becoming a modern power ballad.
 
Wicked World is a frantic track which is beautifully sung,
Robot Lover is a terrific track and it is ridiculously catchy with it most certainly being slapped on repeat. Suicidal City Girl comes in with a solid bassline and once again showing that Vandal Moon can write an absolute tune that will get stuck in your head. Pretend To Die is something of an epic that would be an absolute blast if we were to hear it live and everyone could sing along to it. No Future is a daunting track that ends Black Kiss with an smacker of a finale.
 
Vandal Moon ticks all the right boxes with Black Kiss and it more than proves what they are all about. Post punk and synthwave fans will absolute love this album as it’s just very well written. Instrumentally, vocally and lyrically it is a tremendous effort and I could not recommend it any more. Black Kiss sticks to it’s guns by becoming an incredible synth fuelled gothic inspired record that should proudly belong in any album collection of synth fans.
 


More Information
Condition New
Format LP
Label Private Pressing
Color Blue