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Loss (Bass Communion album)

Loss
Bass Communion
Released January 2006
Recorded 2004-2005
Genre Ambient, Drone.
Length 39:05
Label Soleilmoon
Producer Steven Wilson
Bass Communion chronology

Indicates Void
(2005)
Loss
(2006)
Pacific Codex
(2008)

Loss in the name of the sixth studio album released by British musician, songwriter and producer Steven Wilson under the pseudonym Bass Communion, and was limited to only 450 copies on vinyl.

The album consists of a title track split in two parts. It was re-issued shortly after, in a CD+DVD-A edition containing both Stereo and 5.1 Surround mixes. In February 2009, it was also re-issued as a limited edition 12" picture disc vinyl version of 500 copies.

Track listing

Vinyl and picture disc

Side A

  1. Loss - Part 1 - 19:52

Side B

  1. Loss - Part 2 - 19:11
CD (stereo mix)
  1. Loss - Part 1 - 19:52
  2. Loss - Part 2 - 19:11
DVDA (5.1 surround sound mix)
  1. Loss - Part 1 - 19:52
  2. Loss - Part 2 - 19:11

Release history

Region Date Label Format Catalog
 USA January 2006 Soleilmoon 12" LP SOLV11
 USA November 2006 Soleilmoon CD / DVDA SOL 155 CD/ SDVD5
 USA February 2009 Soleilmoon Picture Disc SOLV11p

Credits

Created by Steven Wilson

Special thanks to Lasse Hoile
Sleeve Design by Carl Glover for Aleph

External links

  • Bass Communion Site at Steven Wilson Headquarters


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