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" As many of you already know, Dead Can Dance is the ultimate listening experience. DCD has been the defining element in many circles of music. Few groups have been so influential and self-defining. Lisa Gerrard and Brendan Perry are the catalysts for Dead Can Dance who's music may be gothic, new age, world, ethereal, neo-classical and dark wave. These words simlpy cannot describe the awesome music this duo creates. Trying to catagorize or describe their music leaves one with a loss for words... it simply cannot be done." Click here to read more

http://www.deadcandance.com/

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I have all dead can dance cds and yes...Dead Can Dance is the ultimate listening experience.

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  • 7 months later...

I don't have all the DCD, but I do have most of it. Didn't Loreena McKennit do alot of vocals with them? Somewhere I was reading about DCD--probably mp3.com--and ran across Loreena's name in connection with DCD's and started looking at her music, and at Peter Ulrich's who also sang with them on a collaberation thing.

Loreena is putting out some great Celtic music, has a great high and clear voice that reminds me of the old Judy Collins of the 60's. Lisa, as far as I know, only does soundtracks, or at least that's all I have run across (with Hans Zimmer: Gladiator and others.) I've only run across 2 tracks by Peter Ulrich, one I liked, the other I was qmbivalent about.

Who is Brendan Perry singing with now or is he solo?

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Passed?

edit - Forget my question. I see at consortium that she has. :rip1:

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You guys are being very cryptic - who passed on? Lisa Gerrard? Loreena?

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HI all

I am not a big fan of DCD. However, I listens this music. I like some of its tracks. I like Lisa Gerrard and Bredan perrry. I have all music of these.

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I like Lisa Gerrard, too...but am not up on Dead Can Dance... hmmm...what would anyone recommend?

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I'm not a big fan of Megadeth but I have all their albums. :rolleyes:

As for DCD, I got slightly into them in the late 90s due to the company at work I had. Haven't messed with them since, basically due to out-of-sight, out-of-mind.

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