Dreamtime is the debut album by The Cult. Released on 10 September 1984, it reached in the UK and was later certified silver by the BPI after having sold 60,000 copies. The first single, "Spiritwalker", reached on the UK Indie Chart. Dreamtime has subsequently been reissued (or in some cases bootlegged) in roughly 30 countries worldwide. Lyrics to the song "Horse Nation" are taken almost verbatim from the book Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee.
Dreamtime by Dreamtime, released 31 March 2018 1. Far Awake (Poet Mix) 2. Radium 3. Lycan Moon (Turn To Dust) 4. Release II 5. The Sentenced (Prelude) 6. Haunting At The Gate 7. Adore 8. Radiation Zone 9. Black Fire XI 10. Escape 11. Endgame (New Mix) 12. Coming Down 13. Love Radiation 14. Until The Dawn 15. Dreams Come Undone Digital Version 16. Servants (Full Length) Digital Version ALL TRACKS HAVE BEEN REMASTERED EXCLUSIVELY FOR THIS COMPILATION.
The Dreamtime (Techno Mix). The Dreamtime (Techno Mix). 1 more album featuring this track.
Dreamtime (also dream time, dream-time) is a term devised by early anthropologists to refer to a religio-cultural worldview attributed to Australian Aboriginal beliefs. It was originally used by Francis Gillen, quickly adopted by his colleague Baldwin Spencer and thereafter popularised by A. P. Elkin, who, however, later revised his views
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The X Plan - Dreamtime MP3 album ZIP archive. 1979 downloads at 15 mb/s. The X Plan - Dreamtime FLAC album ZIP archive. Dreamtime (9xFile, FLAC, Album). Related music: Chuck Daar - Dreamtime Live. Robert Scott Thompson - Deeper In The Dreamtime XXV. Dreamtime - Dreamtime. Various - Elementals UK HM. Cabbage - Burglekutt's Secret Plan. The Dave Brubeck Quartet - Cable Car, Theme From Elementals. Elemental - Elementals Of Psy. Eclectic, Dreamtime & Olliver Mach - Back 2 90's EP. Plan B, Mod Time - Plan B/Mod Time.
Hailing from Brisbane’s underground DIY scene, Dreamtime aims to create personal journeys to help d. . The Cult's 1984 album is entitled Dreamtime. The album deals with Aboriginal themes, owing to singer Ian Astbury's interest in the book Bury My Heart At Wounded Knee. Werner Herzog's Where the Green Ants Dream (Wo die grünen Ameisen träumen) (1984) posited an Aboriginal protest against uranium mining based on the taboo against disturbing the dream of green ants and thus causing the destruction of the world.
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