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Bohren & Der Club Of Gore - Sunset Mission album download
Performer: Bohren & Der Club Of Gore
Title: Sunset Mission
Country: Germany
Genre: Jazz
Style:Contemporary Jazz
Released: 2000
MP3 album szie: 1131 mb
FLAC album size: 1254 mb

Bohren & der Club of Gore. PIAS, UMG (от лица компании " Recordings Germany"); LatinAutor, Broma 16, ASCAP, The Royalty Network (Publishing), Abramus Digital" и другие авторские общества (10).

Sunset Mission is the third full-length record from Bohren & der Club of Gore. It is their first album to feature sax player Christoph Clöser, more explicitly exploring jazz than earlier recordings. The liner notes include a quote from Matt Wagner's Grendel comic book, which reads: "Alone in the comforting darkness the creature waits. As confusion reigns on this hellish stage, the deafening grind of machinery, the odious clot of chemical waste.

The grimly titled ‘Bohren & der Club of Gore’ was formed in 1992 by members of hardcore bands with names like ‘Chronical Diarrhoea’ and ‘Macabre Farmhouse’. With this background, you may expect Bohren to follow in a similar pattern of playing incredibly fast and vicious punk or metal. What the band actually do though is move all the way to the other extreme, playing a slowed down and incredibly sparse mixture of jazz and ambient. There is still a metal influence, but it’s the dark, gloomy and ponderous sound of doom metal, especially Black Sabbath, that Bohren draw from. However, while it can definitely be a grower, taking several listens to fully appreciate, Sunset Mission is an excellent album that should appeal to any fan of jazz or ambient music and also even doom metal fans due to the uneasy gloomy doom-inspired atmosphere throughout.

Bohren Und Der Club Of Gore ‎– Bohren For Beginners ( full album ) When Dubs Cry. 320 kbps. Bohren & Der Club Of Gore - Piano Nights (Full Album, 2014) thebigpecolaman. Bohren & der Club of Gore - Dolores (Full Album) Ivica Stojkov. BOHREN & DER CLUB OF GORE "Sunset Mission" Black Winter Ritual.

Mülheim an der Ruhr, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany (1992 – present). Bohren & der Club of Gore are a noir jazz band founded in 1992 in Mülheim an der Ruhr, Germany by Thorsten Benning (drums), Morten Gass (keys), Reiner Henseleit (guitar), and Robin Rodenberg (upright, double bass). They play a crossover of jazz and ambient, which they self described as an "unholy ambient mixture of slow jazz ballads, Black Sabbath doom and down tuned Autopsy sounds". Over the years they have continously reduced and compressed their music to extremes.

Tracklist

Prowler 5:03
On Demon Wings 7:02
Midnight Walker 7:18
Street Tattoo 9:51
Painless Steel 5:41
Darkstalker 5:44
Nightwolf 16:31
Black City Skyline 5:51
Dead End Angels 10:26

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
won 01CD Bohren & Der Club Of Gore Sunset Mission ‎(CD, Album) Wonder won 01CD Germany 2000
027 Bohren & Der Club Of Gore Sunset Mission ‎(2xLP, TP, W/Lbl) Epistrophy 027 Germany 2000
none Bohren & Der Club Of Gore Sunset Mission ‎(9xFile, MP3, Album, VBR) Wonder none Germany 2008
PIASD5013LP Bohren & Der Club Of Gore Sunset Mission ‎(2xLP, Album, RE) [PIAS] PIASD5013LP Germany 2016
PIASD5013CD Bohren & Der Club Of Gore Sunset Mission ‎(CD, Album, RE, Dig) [PIAS] PIASD5013CD Europe 2016
PIASD5013CD Bohren & Der Club Of Gore Sunset Mission ‎(CD, Album, RE, Dig) [PIAS] PIASD5013CD Europe 2016
WON01CD Bohren & Der Club Of Gore Sunset Mission ‎(CD, Album, M/Print, RE, Dig) Wonder WON01CD Germany Unknown
WON01CD Bohren & Der Club Of Gore Sunset Mission ‎(CD, Album, RE, Dig) Wonder WON01CD Germany Unknown
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Reviews: (67)
Daron
Daron
SAME AS WITH "black earth": tried 3 different copies with same results: terrible quality of pressing... gave up... files/CD will do
Arcanescar
Arcanescar
сторона А первого диска, последний трек значительное повреждение, щелчки. на [PIAS] ‎ пьяные рабочие чтоле?
Purebinder
Purebinder
I normally wash all of my records new or used before I play them for the first time on my set up. This one though, I just gave a quick brush with the antistatic brush and two squeezes of my Zerostat. 4 songs in so far and not a single click or pop.My system isn't at all forgiving to less than perfect pressings but so far this pressing is absolutely stellar.
Felhalar
Felhalar
I got the "Sunset Mission", "Black Earth" and "Piano Nights" [PIAS] Recordings vinyl reissues and all of them sound and look great. highly recommended pressings.
just one girl
just one girl
Dang. I really want to buy this record, but after seeing on the issues, I'm not so sure now. :( I don't mind occasional pops and crackles, but any clicking that you can time, drives me nuts.
Uylo
Uylo
Fantastic album. Have it on CD and always wanted to own it on vinyl and this was a good chance to have one. Crackles occur often however, on all sides...
Tamesya
Tamesya
I guess I was lucky this time. I havn't noticed any pops or cracks. The album plays superbly.
Anardred
Anardred
What a stupid, unnecessary change to the cover art. I hate it when people do things like this. If it isn't broken, don't """fix""" it. The original photography is really nice. It's got enough detail and colour contrast that makes it interesting to look at and explore with the eyes, all while fitting the mood of the music very well. The new re-issue version is just boring. There's nothing to look at. The focus is now what looks like a stock photo of a water speckled window, and the original photography in the background is so out of focus that you can't take any of it in. Nothing is enhanced by these changes, it's just ruined.
Modifyn
Modifyn
God! I don't own it but was thinking about...But nope, the re-worked cover is pure shit and an absolute non-sens.The new track order and the bad sound quality some people talk about is a big NO for me.What a pity.
Kea
Kea
What is actually funny is that it's just a really cheap filter, the same "water" filter was even used in the gatefold, same position of the rain drops as in the front cover. I really don't know why they did that, copyright issues maybe? I'd rather have new artwork if that was the case.
watching to future
watching to future
How right you are :D at least the guns on the back are the same
Kabandis
Kabandis
After a 16 year wait, it is nice to have this on vinyl at last. A peaceful, sultry and languid record from beginning to end. Sounds great on vinyl (with the normal vinyl noises which I don't even try to eliminate). Personally I like the change in the artwork. It fits the feel of the record better to me.
Tiv
Tiv
I'm also one of the few who actually likes the new artwork. What I don't like that much is, that they had to change the order of the tracks. I mean I understand why they had to do it, but 'Black City Skyline' and 'Dead End Angels' should be the last two tracks, since one ends with the thunder and the next one goes on with it... It doesn't sound right in the order in which they have rearranged it. And about the clicks and pops: Unfortunately I also have a lot of very annoying clicks at the beginning of Side C. There are also a few slight ones on the other sides, but they are not that bad. Maybe it will get better if the records will be cleaned professionally (at the moment I can only clean them with some microfibre towels, destilled water and a few drops of dishwashing soap). We must not lose hope, I guess ;)
playboy
playboy
Unfortunately same problem for me . . . a /b side with a few cracks (b side with annoying pop at the end), but the real fucking problem it's a C SIDE ,lots of marks and surface noise . . . too bad.
Ceck
Ceck
My copy also has a very loud continuos pop on track 2 of side B. When inspecting closely there is a very thin crack/line on the record. Although there are some occasional crackles, it's something I can live with.However track 2 on the B side is not enjoyable due to the reoccurring pop.
Moogura
Moogura
Am I the only one who has a flipped A and B side? Side B starts with Prowler for me.
Mr.mclav
Mr.mclav
My copy has a small visible flaw which pops loudly for the first 10 -20 seconds of the intro to the first track.Also has a continuous tick / click through most of track 2 on side B , loud enough to be very distracting ; although there is no visible mark on this track.Very disappointing, when you know there's only a limited pressing. I fear a replacement copy could potentially have flaws too, so i'm contemplating a refund and buying it on CD.Being music of ambient nature, any ticks and pops really stand out, especially when you have it turned up loud.Sad
Skilkancar
Skilkancar
Too bad. Distortion all over the records, clicks here and there, no pops at least. Returned my copy immediately.
Ichalote
Ichalote
No clicks and pops here just a great sounding record, played with a Denon DL103R.
FLIDER
FLIDER
The album sounds stellar on my setup. The wax is dead quiet, there are some very very low pops on the first side, I listened to the album on highest volume however, and it was only audible if placing my ear very near the speaker. The bass is deep, the saxophone crisp clean, and the sleeve is printed on some smooth material, all in all a very satisfying release. I couldn't care less about raindrops on the cover (?).Compared with several other vinyl albums (one Deutsche Grammophone classical re-release, a colour LP, and others), it was the quietest and best sounding of the lot. Maybe you guys were indeed very unlucky.
Hawk Flying
Hawk Flying
Why the artwork adjustment though! Just received and sounds good through Diamond Wharfdales 220s and Pro-ject essential II. I write this during the second track, not yet heard the full press.
Jusari
Jusari
So much complaining over a record that doesn't have a flaw on it. Some of you really need to upgrade your turntables/set-up if you're constantly hearing distortion and surface noise on your records..
DEAD-SHOT
DEAD-SHOT
The funny thing about vinyl collecting nowadays is the frightening fact that so many people obviously know almost nothing about vinyl at all, but collect like crazy. Nothing against your position, but only because people have a clean copy doesn't mean there are bad copies out there. I am totally speechless about people still thinking vinyl equals a CD. On Discogs! Come on. So many parts of the process that can go wrong for a certain shift/batch/machine - and this is almost a common case nowadays (Released 10 records for my own label, so I can tell you a little bit about it). One copy can sound great while another one has flaws. It's analogue. It's mechanics. It's not 0-1-0. If I had a great copy of whatever release and other people complain about the pressing quality I would never ever feel obliged to spit out such a repeated arrogant rant, telling other people to upgrade their system. I would rather be interested, since it's valuable information. Do you know their system? I don't know personal details about others who complain, but I would never ever assume their system needs to be improved. This is useless arrogance. I have no complaints about other clean records here - they sound awesome. No one here would change their system for a Bohren-record. Sorry for my words, but this "change your system"-thing finally needs to stop. It has become kind of a stupid argument by fanbois against people who try to give hints to new customers - at least to be careful and pre-listen before they buy. Regarding my copies: Sunset Mission has issues, Black Earth has issues, Dolores has issues, Piano nights has issues. Some have more, others have less. I wouldn't call any of those copies satisfying. This doesn't mean there are people who are happy about all those releases. That's a great thing!
Tall
Tall
Okay, finally got my copy. Immediately cleaned it with Knosti and it is definitely not that bad as it was for klimek. When in headphones you can hear some pops and clicks but no distortion or sound artifacts. When listening through the speakers - totally fine. But those default cheap sleeves.... arghhh!
DABY
DABY
I've read all the comments made sure that my eyes weren't deceiving me. I have gotten this album on the 20th from JPC and listened to right as I got it.After reading all this I went back to it becasue I wasn't remembering any clicks while listening to it for the first time. In contrrast actually, I had it remembered from last week as coming out of the box VERY clean, the initial cleaning with dry brushes did not show ANYTHING to the naked eye. After listening to it again with a tad higher volume just now I have to drop in my two cents here as I am apparently someone who has gotten a clean copy without mentioned ticks (yes I have listened to the audio example from below.) Overall this album came in very pristine condition also with regards to it coming out of factory very clean. I have to back up "aldebaraan" here who said "My copy plays perfectly, must me some unfortunate copies out there."
Malak
Malak
Got it yesterday. I think it's a bad pressing. I still need to get it washed properly, but as far as I remember from the cd version I think those noise atefacts are still there, so maybe it's intentional. Will wash it and get back to you.
Dikus
Dikus
Thanks a lot for a good news. I've got Knosti as well.
Sorryyy
Sorryyy
So...good news. After washing the record all the noise artifacts vanished. I can still hear the occasional pop, but no more than in my other records. Most important of all the blow up distortion disappeared and now it seems a regular album. I'd say however it's not one of those cases in which you can compare it with cd, but it's pretty good.So to wrap up, I really recommend you to wash this LP. I've used a Knosti with their fluid but there are alternatives. Cheers
Pruster
Pruster
Only tomorrow will I be able to do it. But this distortion seems so bad that i'm not confident it will be solved. But I promise to wash it tomorrow and get back to you
Nidor
Nidor
light_in_tunel so, cleaning the record did not help at all?
White_Nigga
White_Nigga
This afternoon I've listened a flac version. Clean and perfect. Right now I'm on track 2 and this is really bad. A lot of distortion all over the place, specially on the sax. I was so excited... I think I'm gonna get in touch with the seller, Bohren.
Velellan
Velellan
That would be really helpful. Thanks!So far the only logical explanation is that matrices were dirty for some time during the pressing. Because if it is a bad mastering then clicks, pops and other distractions should be everywhere.
doesnt Do You
doesnt Do You
Now I'm really wondering what is it - a bad batch of records or just a people's tolerance to the clicks.
hulk
hulk
It is ambient music on vinyl. The pressing isn't that bad.
Paster
Paster
mine has the noisy clicks too.. bad pressinghopefully in another 16 years it will be repressed.
Phain
Phain
Some pops and clicks, but fortunately it's not enough to tamper with the mood of the record.
snowball
snowball
Why did they destroy the original cover with those fucking raindrops?!
zmejka
zmejka
The original cover is one of the best i have ever seen, doing anything with it is a stupid idea. And it looks horrible now.
Urllet
Urllet
Just an idea, but it goes along well with their (relatively recent) way of starting concerts with the sound of distant rain and thunder.
Ger
Ger
My copy plays perfectly, must me some unfortunate copies out there.
Kesalard
Kesalard
It does"t matter, there is only one press and all the copies come from the same place. I think I will return mine without opening it, I hope you are right and I will get the CD instead.
Fesho
Fesho
Where did you buy it? Would be interresting to know. Thanks for an answer and your time.
Jonide
Jonide
Anyone don't having noisy problems with the vinyl ? I hope it is accidental....Thanks
Cezel
Cezel
Funny. Listened through the album twice without noticing the clicks & pops and I enjoyed it profoundly. But the third time... Indeed they are there... I love this album so much that I wasn't paying attention to distractions. But even after fourth listening I don't find it distracting as they're really not consistent enough on my record to bother me enough.Just my 2 cents.,Edit: and mother of god, the sax sounds amazing here, even if it was on a moldy dub record don't you agree? :]
Atineda
Atineda
One thing I may add: It is not absolutely sure who repressed this reissue, but as for Piano Nights I am quite sure PIAS has contracts with Optimal Media. Latter is one of the two best pressing plants in Europe (the other one is Pallas - and no - Record Industry in Netherlands is not better nowadays). Optimal did the Autechre-represses just a few weeks ago and they sound asbolutely amazing, no clicks, no pops, great dynamics and remarkably pristine compared to so many different pressings nowadays. I am totally clueless why Bohren-pressings always come with problems. I suppose it's a combination of not suitable masters (Bohren-sounds are probably difficult to press) and simply the bad luck with workers packing the vinyl into the sleeves.Finally it's not only about the clicks and pops, but about digital distortions on both copies I tried (on the same tracks).
cyrexoff
cyrexoff
Nice reply. I admit that I'm rather new to the modern vinyl hype (rekindled interest) and I understand that everyone wants to make a quick buck out of it nowadays. But I must say that I've heard my fair share of records which sounded really wrong and uninspiring and this Bohren's SM release is not the worst out there because underneath the clicks & pops the sound is rich and pleasant. If I compare it to something that I bought recently I would say that it doesn't come even near the disappointment of White Stripes' Elephant LP (TMR200) repress which has terrible static all over.Anyway different ears, different opinions, yours surely with much more weight due to experience and strive for perfection. Thanks for the insight, vigilance and fighting the good fight of keeping the vinyl an experience to desire. Also, thanks for the Nick Cave suggestion, I'll surely give it a go :)
Ka
Ka
Ok, the clicks & pops are true. Unfortunately, but I will keep it.
Beydar
Beydar
tested on 2 different turntables & 3 different cartridges = continuous clicks & pops & ticks from the beginning to the end -- will try a different copy
I'm a Russian Occupant
I'm a Russian Occupant
Btw, do you plan at least to preview Black Earth in a store?
Xmatarryto
Xmatarryto
Thanks a lot and... OMG. I'm not a sound quality purist but I don't think this is acceptable for a totally new record. I have a lot of records from 70s that sound much cleaner than this one and I'm not the first owner.
Gralmeena
Gralmeena
I know I'm probably asking for to much but maybe you can record those clicks and put it on youtube or somewhere? Just to understand how bad they are.
Gosar
Gosar
klimek: That's what I discovered, too: Those random distortions appearing here and there...mostly on bass and sometimes on sax (especially B1 beginning). As far as I remember the distortions were on the same tracks on both copies, so probably a lacquer issue? Not sure, anyway. If this was a punk record I wouldn't mind. But together with this "uneventful" music it's really annoying. I'd go for the CDs for listening as well.
Rocky Basilisk
Rocky Basilisk
Update: I got a replacement copy by Amazon. The new copy has annoying clicks and pops as well. But some people don't complain about their copy. I suppose a few batches have really big problems, maybe some people are lucky. My both versions don't look really pristine - still visible hairline scratches everywhere. I think pops are not that present when you use a DJ stylus, but I play all my records with a Nagaoka 200 System. Maybe this makes the audible difference since it's more sensitive to pressing problems.
Kegal
Kegal
Plenty of people complain in different forums on facebook I heard. I don't wonder about Bohren's reply though. Sorry to say, but: Same old arrogant frustrated idiots.
Beanisend
Beanisend
Just wanted to say thanks for your review, Klimek. Your similar comments about the Piano Nights vinyl kept me from wasting money, and it looks like this one will be the same. Too bad PIAS can't get their **** together and use a decent pressing plant.
Thordibandis
Thordibandis
Same here. On the other hand: I've never heard a Bohren vinyl release without those annoying constant clicks and pops. Same with Dolores and Piano Nights.
Jothris
Jothris
Bad! Maybe I should get my hands on a CD. ;-)
Giamah
Giamah
Fantastic pressing of this masterful piece of music. Listening to it on vinyl (with the warmth of the format) adds another dimension, that extra mysterious and rich tension that is the Sunset Mission. Every piece of instrument is a perfect piece of the puzzle, especially the sax cuts through the air like hot knife through butter. A real treat for the mind and soul.I would suggest a glass of nice Scotch to keep you company on the journey through the night ;)
Dark_Sun
Dark_Sun
After a long time first regulare vinyl from this classic ... thanx 4
Landaron
Landaron
Wow. Not even into Jazz but listening to just the first minute of this is pure bliss.. Not sure about paying a grand or so for a copy on vinyl though, will probably just stick with the YouTube rip for now .. Seductive soft porn at its finest :-p
Qwne
Qwne
Who do I need to abduct to make sure this get's pressed sometime soon?
Bulace
Bulace
Good god this needs to be out on vinyl already..
Wen
Wen
Amazing. Truly astonishing.
Dianantrius
Dianantrius
Ha ha- why did I add this to my wantlist? I'm just torturing myself, but this is the right kind of music to torture yourself to, and it is raining, so yeah.
Bele
Bele
Highly recommended for fans of Twin Peaks and Badalamenti.
Mr.Bean
Mr.Bean
watch out shovel bringer... we might turn on you. hahahaha this one on vinyl is SURELY orgasmic. I read that this spot is for album review. but it turned out to be the reaction to the absurdity of this record.SO MY REVIEW:DARK FFFFFFF JAZZ. CIGARETTE. WINE. RAIN. NIGHT TIME. DIAZEPAM. JAZZ.
Detenta
Detenta
indeed and lots of brandy with a blonde...………...maybe a smoked newspaper too !