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VooDou - The Origins Of Voodou flac album
The Origins Of Voodou
Industrial, Goth Rock
FLAC album size:
1804 mb
Other formats:
4.9 ✪

VooDou appeared on various compilations including " Anonymous Messiah" a Marilyn Manson Tribute album on Dwell/Vitamin Records, Notes From Thee Real Underground on Underground In. Invisible Records, and The Phoenix Effect on Synchromesh Audio. In 2001 VooDou expanded it's roster to include Ben Buchanan on Drums, Billy Miller on Bass, and Jeff Winfrey on Guitars to have a solid line up for live performances

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Haitian Voodoo (or Voodou) is a religion unlike any other. The history of zombies existing in Haiti began when the first slaves were brought over from Africa by French colonialists. The origins of these zombies began as a manifestation of the anxieties brought on by slavery, and over generations have evolved into something much more. Here is the truth behind Haitian zombies - without all the sensationalism often found in movies. Becoming A Zombie Is Brutal. The process of zombification begins when a bokor selects a victim and administers the zombie powder to them.

64, a great fire broke out in Rome for six days, and devastated much of the city. According to the writer Tacitus, Nero fastened the guilt and inflicted the most exquisite tortures on a class hated for their abominations, called Christians by the populace. The abominations committed by the early Christians were said to be cannibalism and incest, based on rumours circulating in Rome at that time which stemmed from a misunderstanding of the Eucharist. For many, the word ‘Voodoo’ conjures up images of magical dolls with pins stuck in them to inflict pain on one’s enemies and the resurrection of the dead as zombies. These images are the result of the misrepresentation of Voodoo by popular culture, and do not accurately represent Voodoo as understood by its practitioners.

Voodoo is the second studio album by American neo soul singer, songwriter, and t D'Angelo. It was released on January 25, 2000, by Virgin Records. D'Angelo recorded the album during 1998 and 1999 at Electric Lady Studios in New York City, with an extensive line-up of musicians associated with the Soulquarians musical collective

3 Voodoo in the United States. 4 Voodoo in popular culture. Voodoo is an important religion in Haiti. When Haiti beat the French in a war and became its own country, the people of Haiti believed that voodoo had helped them win. Also, in Haiti there are both good priests and "dark" sorcerers (called bokor). The bokor acts like a kind of religious policeman, and may curse bad people. It is the bokor who are said to make zombies; becoming a zombie is the worst curse because it means a person loses their soul. Voodoo in the United States.

This album has an average beat per minute of 128 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 94/188 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist The Blessing of Curses. Recent albums by VooDou. The Haitian Hate God Show. Your Basic Black Evil Squadron.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Open Fire 6:06
2 Better Tomorrow 4:02
3 Deadman 4:15
4 Nocturnal Overature 5:32
5 As Thick As Thieves
Vocals – Graeme Wright
6 Burning Flag
Written-By – Marilyn Manson
7 Old No. 9 3:36
8 Revolution 1:55
9 To Believe
Recorded By – Chad Wilder
10 Crypt Dust 4:18
11 Everyday Is Halloween
Written-By – Al Jourgensen
12 Explosure 5:44
13 Untitled 2:20


The covers are unique to each copy. Each one is a handmade art piece with charcoal on heavy, unbleached, brown paper. The title is stamped on the cover in a different place on each one.
There is also a printed, black & white, folded insert containing the tracklist. Released in a slimline case

"This is a collection of the tracks from deep in the VOODOU archives. It is where the music started, where Michelle sang her first note..the definitive "origins of VOODOU"."

Track history;
Tracks: 1 "Open Fire", 5 "As Thick As Thieves", 11 "Everyday Is Halloween", 12 "Explosure" & 13 "Untitled" originally appear on "The Blessing Of Curses" demo.
Tracks: 2 "Better Tomorrow" & 4 "Nocturnal Overature" originally appear on "The Blessing Of Curses " demo cut before mastering.
Tracks: 3 "Deadman", 7 "Old No. 9" & 10 "Crypt Dust" were recorded for use in an independent film.
Track 6 "Burning Flag" Is a cover of a Marilyn Manson song that appeared on "Anonymous Messiah - A Tribute To Marilyn Manson" on Dwell/Vitamin Records.
Track 8 "Revolution", very 1st song ever recorded by VOODOU, used as a "training" song for new software.
Track 9 "To Believe", a solo track by VOODOU's guitarist Chad Wilder.
Track 11 "Everyday Is Halloween" Is a cover of Ministry's classic hit "All Day / Everyday (Is Halloween)".
Track 12 "Explosure", song recorded live at VOODOU's 1st live performance in an insignificant club in North Carolina.