F.I.A.T. - Laibach - Let It Be / Opus Dei
Label: Mute Czechoslovakia - C STUMM 58D • Format: Cassette Compilation • Country: Czechoslovakia • Genre: Electronic • Style: Industrial
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Opus Dei is the third studio album by Laibach, released in The Only Lady In My Mind - Johnny Dee - The Only Lady In My Mind/The Whole Worlds Goin Country There are two further connections with Queen's A Kind of Magic album. Although the drum loop in "Trans-National" is near identical to that in Queen's "Don't Lose Your Head", it is composed in fact from samples from the introduction musical theme from the movie Battle of Neretva, composed by Bernard Herrmann.
The attention this album received from MTV and others led to Laibach's first worldwide tour. Reviews Review Policy. Flag as inappropriate. See more. Spectre Deluxe. Also sprach Johann Paul 2. Peter Paracelsus. Peter Mlakar. Strategies Against Architecture IV. This album featured a retrospective overview of the band's work between and Beyond the Wall of Sleep. The Cassandra Complex. Laibach Albums. The single "Vor Sonnen-Aufgang" was released from the album. Laibachkunstderfuge is a concept album F.I.A.T.
- Laibach - Let It Be / Opus Dei NSK industrial group Laibach. Volk is the seventh studio album by Slovenian industrial group Laibach. The word Volk means "people" or "nation" in German and "wolf" in Slovene. The album is a collection of thirteen songs inspired by national or pan-national anthems, plus the anthem of the NSK State, a virtual state to which Laibach belong. The album is a collaboration with another Slovenian band Silence. The album's liner notes credit Wikipedia as their source for information on the national anthems Slay / Sway - Bob Mould - Modulate. The album cover has a double meaning.
Its most apparent meaning is the German word "Volk", meaning "nation" or "people". The second meaning is the Slavic word for "wolf". The F.I.A.T. - Laibach - Let It Be / Opus Dei represent the victims of the wolf, and could also be seen as representing "the people" in a derogatory fashion. Laibach was the debut album of the Slovenian industrial group Laibach. It was first released inalthough it was only in that it was released on CD.
It was released again in with additional bonus songs. It is a selection of cover versions with the theme of war. Krst Pod Triglavom - Baptism.