Theatre of Tragedy albums: Musique

Theatre of Tragedy
industrial metal
gothic metal
12 tracks

Track List:
music-128.png Machine – mp3
download » size: 5.8 mb ~ mp3
music-128.png City Of Light – mp3
download » size 5.7 mb ~ mp3
music-128.png Fragment – mp3
download » size: 5.5 mb ~ mp3
music-128.png Musique – mp3
download » size: 4.8 mb ~ mp3
music-128.png Commute – mp3
download » size: 7.5 mb ~ mp3
music-128.png Radio – mp3
download » size: 5.0 mb ~ mp3
music-128.png Image – mp3
download » size: 6.3 mb ~ mp3
music-128.png Crash/Concrete – mp3
download » size: 4.6 mb ~ mp3
music-128.png Retrospect – mp3
download » size: 5.6 mb ~ mp3
music-128.png Reverie – mp3
download » size: 6.3 mb ~ mp3
music-128.png Space Age – mp3
download » size: 5.9 mb ~ mp3
music-128.png The New Man (Bonus Track) – mp3
download » size: 4.6 mb ~ mp3

about this album:
Musique is the fourth music album of Norwegian metal band Theatre of Tragedy, and the album that marked the switch from gothic metal with Early Modern English lyrics to a more electronic style, using Modern English.
The title on the album’s cover, “”, is the pronunciation of the English word ‘music’ transcribed in the International Phonetic Alphabet.

The change in musical direction for Theatre of Tragedy was also marked by the switch from traditional gothic and supernatural themes to lyrics based on modern life, including technology (Machine, Radio), nightlife (Image, The New Man) and streetfighting (Crash/Concrete).The album was re-released on July 27, 2009 as a limited edition of 2000 copies.
On the back of the album’s casing, “Space Age” is written in Russian: “Космическая эра”;moreover, words “Гагарин, Гречко, Леонов, Лайка, Белка и Стрелка” (“Gagarin, Grechko,Leonov, Laika, Belka and Strelka”) are recited throughout the song.

The song “Commute” has a line “It’s more fun to commute” in its lyrics, possibly a reference to
Kraftwerk’s It’s more fun to compute from their Computer World album, which in turn is a reference to “It’s more fun to compete” found on old pinball machines.


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