Twilight Ritual – The Ritual LP
Finally time has come to re-release the first ever recordings by Belgian minimal synth masters Twilight Ritual. Released in 1982 in a tiny cassette edition this album has not been heard by many people. “The Ritual” includes some of their best work, from mysterious dark synthpopsongs (Elegy) to club music (Webb-men) and the epic 14-minute track (Up To Now).
Twilight Ritual was/is the main project by Geert Coppens and Peter Bonne. During the early eighties they were involved in many other bands including Autumn and Linear Movement (both re-released on Minimal Wave), but Twilight Ritual is by far the most inspired project. The spirit of the band lingers on beneath the work of Autumn through A Split Second and stands besides the best tracks of bands such as Oppenheimer Analysis and League Of Nations.
A1 Splintered Images Of Oz
A4 They Are We
A5 Ever Changes
A6 Fading Me
B1 A Chrome Entrance
B3 Up To Now
B4 Filters Of Density
° Instruments by & Produced by Peter Bonne
° Lyrics & Artwork by Geert Coppens
° Remastered from the original master tapes by Equus
° Double-sided insert with lyrics & photo’s