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Ark (Brendan Perry album)

Ark
Brendan Perry
Released (31 March 2010, concert sale)
7 June 2010 (world)
Recorded Quivvy Studios, Ireland
Genre Ethereal, rock
Length 55:04
Label Cooking Vinyl
Producer Brendan Perry
Brendan Perry chronology

Eye of the Hunter
(1999)
Ark
(2010)

Ark (2010) is the second solo album by Brendan Perry, the male half of the band Dead Can Dance. It was Perry's first studio album in 11 years. It was first made available to the public as part of a limited 2000-copy autographed pre-release offered at a concert in Prague on 31 March 2010 and subsequent shows. It was officially released worldwide by Cooking Vinyl on 7 June 2010,.[1]

Track listing

All songs written and composed by Brendan Perry
No. Title Length
1. "Babylon"   6:08
2. "The Bogus Man"   6:11
3. "Wintersun"   6:02
4. "Utopia"   5:56
5. "Inferno"   6:38
6. "This Boy"   6:59
7. "The Devil and the Deep Blue Sea"   7:35
8. "Crescent"   9:35
Total length:
55:04

Personnel

Musical
Technical
  • Mastered by Aidan Foley at Masterlabs
Graphical
  • Sleeve design by Graham Wood
  • Photography (front cover) by Dan Van Winkle
  • Photography (inner cover) by Sophia Wood

Charts

Chart (2010) Peak
position
Polish Albums Chart 27[2]

References

External links

  • Brendan-Perry.com
  • dead-can-dance.com
  • AllMusic
  • Discogs (list of releases)


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