White Light from the Mouth of Infinity is the seventh studio album by American experimental rock band Swans.
An album starting off with weird baby noises? Yep, that’s Swans. Going into this album thinking it was going to be a neo-folk album, possibly along the lines of ITAOTS, I was kinda pleasantly surprised by the opener, Better Than You. I don’t really understand how people consider this to be a neo-folk album though, as I see a few folk influences, but mainly just in the use of some instruments that appear in folk, and transform the sound of them so much to the point where it’s. I am actually surprised that I'm nearing the end of Swans' discography and they still manage to blow me away. White Light From The Mouth Of Infinity is not only the most enjoyable and interesting album from the time before their hiatus, it's also the one with by far the best instrumentals and some of Gira's best vocal work.
Released June 5, 1991. White Light From the Mouth of Infinity Tracklist. 1. Better Than You Lyrics.
Drummers Anton Fier ( White Light ) and Vincent Signorelli and Ted Parson ( Love of Life ) lay into their snares with military gusto, driving the music forward in surging tattoos, and their nonstop rattle contributes to a sensation of overwhelming excess. Close your eyes, and you can practically see the sounds exploding like fireworks against the darkness of your lids. Both are from the World of Skin's 1990 album Ten Songs for Another World. That the bonus disc leaves off "God Damn the Sun", The Burning World 's heartbroken highlight, seems like a missed opportunity. In fact, at this point, a full Burning World reissue (along, perhaps, with both the band's 1988 "Love Will Tear Us Apart" covers) is long overdue, no matter how much Gira professes to regret making that album. Who knows, maybe he'll eventually come around.
Album Name White Light from the Mouth of Infinity. Erscheinungsdatum 1991. Labels Young God Records. Musik GenreExperimental Rock. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen3. Better Than You. 2. Power and Sacrifice.
White Light from the Mouth of Infinity, Swans’ seventh studio album originally released in 1991, is considered the starting point for the second section of Swans’ inimitable history. The vinyl issue will include the track ‘Blind’, not included in the original release. White Light from the Mouth of Infinity
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After the neofolk release of The Burning World marking a dramatic change from the repetitive, noisy era of Swans, Michael GIra made it abundantly clear that this was not going to be a one off left turn, as White Light From The Mouth Of Infinity is straight up gothic rock. Despite this coherence and fully realised change in tone and sound, I personally don't find this album all too enjoyable, despite it essentally being a more mature take.