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If you do not know this band, then you do not know anything about drone doom genre: Drone doom year: 1993 tracks 01 seven angels 00:00 02 teeth of lion rule.

released on Sub Pop records in 1993 - The main guy in Earth is named Dylan Carlson - This album was inspired by Black Sabbath and probably some random drug concoction .

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Earth 2: Special Low Frequency Version, also known as simply Earth 2, is the first full-length studio album by the drone metal band Earth. Produced by Earth and Stuart Hallerman, it was released on February 5, 1993, on Sub Pop Records. The album was influential in the development of drone music and drone metal genres.

Album · 1993 · 3 Songs. See All. The Bees Made Honey In the Lions Skull.

I'm droned by the Seven Angels. goflotsam, July 7th, 2019. Earth is one of these obvious examples and Earth 2 is a hipster metal staple. But what makes this album stand out? For starters it's one of the very first drone metal albums ever released along with the Melvins' Lysol, coupled with the fact that it was a significant influence on Sunn O))), another beloved hipster metal band. But let's stop talking about the hipster label and the influence Earth 2 had on artists and let's talk about the music

Their first full length album, Earth 2: Special Low Frequency Version, took the roots of their EP and refined the hell out of it. What we have here are 3 very strong tracks that slowly intertwine to create a very dense, dark atmosphere provided by just a guitar and bass. This is an album that you need to lay yourself down for and become completely absorbed in it. The rumbling low bass and guitar layered in fuzz puts a weight on your chest like no other. These are the frequencies you will hear and feel as you slowly sink into the depths of the ocean and never return

Earth 2 by Earth is a very strange album. This is the only album from Earth I know, but it’s really superb. Earth consists of one guitarist (Dylan Carlson) and one bassist (Dave Harwell). What kind of music do they make then" Well, they make drone doom. It’s really heavy, sloooooooow (turtle speed, it sounds like it’s thrash metal being played at a much slower tempo) and low (the album is sometimes called Earth 2: Special Low Frequency Version because of that). But that same riff is repeated over and over and over and over again, for FIFTEEN minutes!

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Seven Angels 15:35
2 Teeth Of Lions Rule The Divine 27:04
3 Like Gold And Faceted
Percussion – Joe Burns*
30:21

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – Caroline Records, Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – Earth
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sub Pop
  • Recorded At – Avast! Recording Co.
  • Glass Mastered At – Nimbus, Virginia

Credits

  • Bass – Dave Harwell
  • Design – Jane Higgins
  • Guitar – Dylan Carlson
  • Photography By – Art S. Aubrey*
  • Producer – Earth
  • Recorded By, Engineer – Stuart Hallerman

Notes

Recorded August 1992 at Avast Studios, Seattle, WA.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 98787-0185-2 3
  • Matrix / Runout: SP 185 (V) · :MASTERED: :BY NIMBUS:

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SPCD 65/232 Earth Earth 2: Special Low Frequency Version ‎(CD, Album) Sub Pop SPCD 65/232 Germany 1993
SP 185 Earth Earth 2 - Special Low Frequency Version ‎(2xLP, Album, RP) Sub Pop SP 185 US 2006
SPCD 185 Earth Earth 2: Special Low Frequency Version ‎(CD, Album, RE, RP) Sub Pop SPCD 185 US Unknown
SP 65/232 Earth Earth 2 (Special Low Frequency Version) ‎(2xLP, Album, Cle) Sub Pop SP 65/232 Germany 1993
SP 65/232 Earth Earth 2: Special Low Frequency Version ‎(2xLP, Album, W/Lbl) Sub Pop SP 65/232 Germany 1993


Earth  - Earth 2: Special Low Frequency Version FLAC album

Performer: Earth

Title: Earth 2: Special Low Frequency Version

Country: Germany

Date of release: 1993

Style: Noise, Doom Metal

Genre: Rock

Size MP3: 1339 mb

Size FLAC: 1857 mb

Rating: 4.6 / 5

Votes: 529

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Boyn
Does anyone know if the triple LP version from Autofact is gatefold?
Boyn
Does anyone know if the triple LP version from Autofact is gatefold?
Yanki
Hi! No, the triple LP version has no gatefold!!! But awesome!!!
Yanki
Hi! No, the triple LP version has no gatefold!!! But awesome!!!
Jeronashe
No one seems to catch that this album's subtitle and artwork are a parody of this collection of field recordings called "Environments 2" For those wondering that's where the "Special Low Frequency Version" in the name comes from. Check it out: http://www.discogs.com/Irv-Teibel-Environments-2-Tintinnabulation/release/3473341
Jeronashe
No one seems to catch that this album's subtitle and artwork are a parody of this collection of field recordings called "Environments 2" For those wondering that's where the "Special Low Frequency Version" in the name comes from. Check it out: http://www.discogs.com/Irv-Teibel-Environments-2-Tintinnabulation/release/3473341
Zut
Boris also borrowed the phrase 'Special Low Frequency Version' for the US reissue of their first album "Absolutego+" (The bonus track on the reissue lives up to the phrase), but they might not have been aware of Irv Teibel's "Environments 2: Tintinnabulation (Special Low Frequency Version)" when reissuing it, as they didn't include the font used (and borrowed by Earth) in the artwork of either of those albums. Some tracks on Thomas Köner's "Teimo" also live up to the phrase.
Zut
Boris also borrowed the phrase 'Special Low Frequency Version' for the US reissue of their first album "Absolutego+" (The bonus track on the reissue lives up to the phrase), but they might not have been aware of Irv Teibel's "Environments 2: Tintinnabulation (Special Low Frequency Version)" when reissuing it, as they didn't include the font used (and borrowed by Earth) in the artwork of either of those albums. Some tracks on Thomas Köner's "Teimo" also live up to the phrase.
Gogal
I haven't listened to any other record as much as Earth 2, and I never knew the explanation behind the album artwork. You definitely bridged a gap in my mind there. I like how the music is conceptually similar as well.
Gogal
I haven't listened to any other record as much as Earth 2, and I never knew the explanation behind the album artwork. You definitely bridged a gap in my mind there. I like how the music is conceptually similar as well.
Vuzahn
Thanks for pointing out the allusion. When I first started seeing this record in the shop, I wondered why the standard non-low frequency version was never around, thought maybe it was always sold out and people didn't want this one. Probably shouldn't admit that.
Vuzahn
Thanks for pointing out the allusion. When I first started seeing this record in the shop, I wondered why the standard non-low frequency version was never around, thought maybe it was always sold out and people didn't want this one. Probably shouldn't admit that.
Daigrel
One of my favorites. What a beautiful album. I've slept to it, and listened intently to it, every time it just takes me somewhere else. Gives me great visuals, and I feel as if I am floating on the heavy waves of drone and feedback. Very heavy album indeed. One that you must listen to many times to just "get". It is also inspirational to me, and my musical abilities. Earth covers so much ground throughout the decades that they have made music for us.
Daigrel
One of my favorites. What a beautiful album. I've slept to it, and listened intently to it, every time it just takes me somewhere else. Gives me great visuals, and I feel as if I am floating on the heavy waves of drone and feedback. Very heavy album indeed. One that you must listen to many times to just "get". It is also inspirational to me, and my musical abilities. Earth covers so much ground throughout the decades that they have made music for us.