8 thoughts on “ Movement I: Pledge - Test Dept. - Pax Britannica (An Oratorio In Five Movements) (CD, Album) ”

  1. Mar 21,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Test Dept* - Pax Britannica at Discogs. Complete your Test Dept* collection/5().
  2. Third Movement BVIII: From The Land (As An Fherann) Fourth Movement An oratorio in five movements. Recorded at Cava Sound Workshops, Glasgow. Test Dept* Pax Britannica ‎ (CD, Album, RE) Jungle Records, Jungle Records, Ministry Of Power, Ministry Of Power/5(47).
  3. Get this from a library! Pax Britannica: [an oratorio in five movements]. [Test Department.].
  4. Test Dept CD discography Legacy was issued by Jungle in the U.K., where it featured alternate cover art. Pax Britannica: An Oratorio In Five Movements CD () Check Availability. Dominance (JD Twitch Remix) () Test Dept Songs. Popular or famous Test Dept music songs: GBH84, GBH85 Angst DDR Mix, Movement Iii, From the Land.
  5. CD. $ Test Dept. Pax Britannica (An Oratorio In Five Movements) (Movement I: Pledge / Jerusalem / Heaven's Command / Characters Of Light / Agincourt / Accusation // Movement II: Territory (The Epic Of The Rage) // Movement III: From The Land (As An Fhearann) // Movement IV: God, King And Law / The Cracked Façade / Farewell The Trumpets.
  6. Under the auspices of the Pax Britannica, there was progress and prosperity for a century. The Banquet Years, an excellent book by Roger Shattuck captures some of the flavor of the end of this era. Something went horribly wrong in the first half of the 20th century with two World Wars.
  7. Medusa’s Spell - Full Discography () #VTR_Discography, #Cold_Meat_Industry, #violator_vtr Medusa’s Spell is a project born in the winter in Cagliari, Italy. It consists of a research of sounds we try to probe with into obscure atmospheres or states of mind, all veiled by a .
  8. Jan 07,  · Reminiscent of the finest mid-era TEST DEPT., such as "Gododdin" or "Pax Britannica", with heavy percussion, strings, and strident vocals. The title C is drawn from the cell number where the literary figure Oscar Wilde was incarcerated in Reading Gaol under gross indecency charges.

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