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Children of God/World of Skin

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Disc 1 of 2
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New Mind
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In My Garden
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Our Love Lies
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Sex, God, Sex
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Blood and Honey
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Like a Drug (Sha la la la)
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You're Not Real, Girl
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Beautiful Child
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Blackmail
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Trust Me
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Real Love
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Blind Love
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Children Of God
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I'll Swallow You
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1,000 Years
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Everything At Once
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Breathing Water
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Blood On Your Hands
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Nothing Without You
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We'll Fall Apart
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My Own Hands
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Turn To Stone
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Cold Bed
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24 Hours
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Red Rose
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One Small Sacrifice
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Still A Child
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The Center Of Your Heart
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Total Tracks: 28   Total Length: 137:41

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Philip Sherburne writes about music for SPIN, Wondering Sound, The Wire, Resident Advisor and elsewhere, with a particular focus on electronic music (for dancin...more »

11.27.11
Augmenting the band's brute physicality
2003 | Label: Young God / Revolver

Up until 1987, the last place in the world you might have expected to hear an acoustic guitar was on a Swans album. But with Children of God, the band augmented its brute physicality with a “New Mind,” as the opening track put it, and a new palette to match. (“I will be there/ With my eyes wide open/ I will be there/ I will be ready/ To receive/ The new mind.”) From the cover… read more »

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