Choice Cuts From "Philosophy of a Knife" 2XLP & CD

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“Philosophy Of A Knife” is one of the most extreme, shocking and disturbing movies of all time, played on the edge between horror, splatter and documentary. From Russian director Andrey Iskanov, POAK is a 4-hour-long journey to hell and back, showing with incredible details and cruel realism the experiments performed by the Japanese Unit 731 on the Chinese population during WW2. A real punch in the gut. Can you imagine a soundtrack for such a movie? Iskanov himself and composer Alexander Shevchenko delivered a score in which the most wicked industrial music meets flickering piano ballads and beautifully distressing soundscapes.

Composers Alexander ShevchenkoAndrey Iskanov
Artist SoloMacello
Label Spikerot
Property Philosophy of a Knife
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1 Intro
2 Title Theme
3 Quadrangle Prison
4 Crematory Theme
5 The Long Walk

1 Sentimental Moments
2 Keep Exploring - Rays Of Death
3 Sympathy And Revenge
4 Preparing - X-Rays - Teeth Fairy Waltz

1 Tortures Of Body And Soul
2 Loss Of Blood, Part II. Hard Burden
3 Amputation and Abort
4 Sorrow

1 Rape
2 Electroplague, Part II
3 Snow
4 Hiroshima

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Liner notes Andrey Iskanov and Alexander Shevchenko
Choice Cuts From "Philosophy of a Knife" 2XLP & CD

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