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Rome - Berlin Mp3 album

Rome - Berlin Mp3 album

Jun 2006
Cold Meat Industry
Modern Classical, Experimental, Neofolk
MP3 archive size:
2657 mb
FLAC archive size:
2217 mb


1Like Lovers2:38
3The Orchards3:07
4Une Autre Vision3:16


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
noneRome Rome ‎(CDr, EP, Promo)Not On Label (Rome Self-Released)noneGermany2006
TRI 556 LPRome Berlin ‎(LP, MiniAlbum, Ltd, Num, RE, Whi)TrisolTRI 556 LPGermany2016
TRI 391 CDRome Berlin ‎(CD, EP, RE)TrisolTRI 391 CDGermany2010


Limited of 1000 copies. Comes in a 4-panel digipak.

"Dies ist keine Richtung nur reine Bewegung" (from back)

Made in EU = June 2006


  • Barcode: 7 350020 545320
  • Matrix / Runout: A0100707620-0101 11 A0 Sony DADC
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L551
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 94V6


  • This band is one of the few representatives that still give some breath to the cadaverous condition of the martial industrial-neo folk WW2 associated themes. Original, melodic, well worked, elegant, prosaic. Above all, memorable musically and emotionally.
    Their strategy is cinematic and lineally narrative. A story of the Berlin that arose from the hallucinated vertigo of national socialism and finally got burned in the heart of its results. The music serves as a plateau for the slow and declining male voice that slowly narrates and questions the listener about the facts and results that occur during the events of time it lapses.
    The music is calm but vibrant and intense, strongly emotional and inductive and will never lack beauty as a brutal and cruel symptom. It does use neo-folk and some well poured martial drums and almost imperceptible speeches from this historic period as a solid and very professional presentation.
    Excellent production as usual for the CMI crew that recently has left their typical industrial current, and a surely a hit that can only fall out as a star amongst this dying genre.