Diamanda Galas - You Must Be Certain Of The Devil album flac
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A1||Swing Low Sweet Chariot||2:44|
Guitar – Kurt Schmidt
|A3||Let's Not Chat About Despair
Sampler [Strings] – Naut Humon
|A4||Birds Of Death
Guitar – Kurt SchmidtPercussion – Peter Zimmermann
|B5||You Must Be Certain Of The Devil||4:57|
|B6||Let My People Go||3:21|
|B8||The Lord Is My Shepherd||1:32|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Mute Records Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – Mute Records Ltd.
- Published By – Dying Art Ltd.
- Produced At – Hansa Tonstudios
- Mastered At – The Exchange
- Artwork [Drawing] – James Nocito
- Design [Cover Design] – Paul White
- Drums – Charlie Terstappen
- Engineer [Assistant] – Pete Schmidt*
- Lyrics By [Words] – Diamanda Galas* (tracks: A2 to B7)
- Mastered By – John Dent
- Music By – Diamanda Galas* (tracks: A2 to B5, B7, B8)
- Other [Consultation] – Paul Kendall
- Photography By [Cover Photography] – Emily Anderson
- Producer – Diamanda Galas*, Gareth Jones
- Vocals, Organ [Hammond], Piano, Synthesizer, Keyboards [Bass] – Diamanda Galas*
NotesOriginal black/white cover edition.
Produced at Studio Hansa, Berlin 1987.
Mastered at The Exchange.
"You Must Be Certain Of The Devil" is the third part of the trilogy "Masque Of The Red Death". The first part is "The Divine Punishment" (stumm 27). The second part is "Saint Of The Pit" (stumm 33).
Comes with a 4 page illustrated sheet named Mute/documentary evidence 2 with a chronology of the label & Mute Albums catalogue from stumm 1 to stumm 58, Singles catalogue from mute 1 to mute 70, bong 1 to bong 14, yaz 001 to yaz 003.
℗ 1988 Mute Records Ltd.
© 1988 Mute Records Ltd.
Made in England.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text): 5 016025 310463
- Barcode (Scanned): 5016025310463
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): STUMM 46 A. 45 or Else? PAG The Exchange
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): STUMM. 46 B. PAG
|STUMM 46||Diamanda Galas*||You Must Be Certain Of The Devil (LP, Album)||Mute||STUMM 46||UK||1988|
|CD STUMM 46||Diamanda Galas*||You Must Be Certain Of The Devil (CD, Album)||Mute||CD STUMM 46||UK||1988|
|none||Diamanda Galás||You Must Be Certain Of The Devil (CD, Ltd, Unofficial)||G. & P. Essential Music||none||Russia||Unknown|
|STUMM 46046||Diamanda Galas*||You Must Be Certain Of The Devil (LP, Album)||Mute||STUMM 46046||Benelux||1988|
|VG 50368||Diamanda Galas*||You Must Be Certain Of The Devil (12", Album)||Virgin||VG 50368||Greece||1988|
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You Must Be Certain of the Devil is the fifth album by American avant-garde performer Diamanda Galás, released on May 23, 1988 by record label Mute. You Must Be Certain of the Devil is the final instalment in her "Masque of the Red Death" trilogy about the AIDS epidemic. The selections from this instalment are rooted in American gospel music. John Dent – mastering. F. M. Einheit – drums (B2), chains (A2). Naut Humon – samples.
Mastered at The Exchange. You Must Be Certain Of The Devil" is the third part of the trilogy "Masque Of The Red Death". Diamanda Galás - Let My People Go 3:27. Certain Of The Devil - Diamanda Galas 5:00. Double-Barrel Prayer 5:06. Diamanda Galas - You Must Be Certain Of The Devil - Birds Of Death - 1988 5:15. Swing Low Sweet Chariot 2:45. Double-Barrel Prayer - Diamanda Galas 5:07.
Tracklist: 1. Swing Low Sweet Chariot 2. Double-Barrel Prayer 3. Let’s Not Chat About Despair 4. Birds of Death 5. You Must Be Certain of The Devil 6. Let My People Go 7. Malediction 8. The Lord Is My Shepherd. Charlie Terstappen: drums; Kurt Schmidt: guitar on 2 and 4; Peter Zimmerman: percussion on 4. Produced by Gareth Jones & Diamanda Galás at Studio Hansa, Berlin 1987. This song is by Diamanda Galás and appears on the album You Must Be Certain Of The Devil (1988). Welcome welcome welcomeWelcome to the Holy DayBrother brother brotherSister sister sisterYou must be certain of the DevilOn the Holy DayYou must be certain on the Holy Day. The flies are coming, motherAnd the end of the dayThe flies are coming, daddyTo steal my soul awayThe flies are coming, sisterServe your brother while you mayWelcome to the Holy DayWelcome to the Holy Day. Swing Low Sweet Chariot, 2. Double-Barrel Prayer, 3. Let’s Not Chat About Despair, 4. Birds Of Death, 5. You Must Be Certain Of The Devil, 6. Let My People Go, 7. Malediction, 8. 1. Swing Low Sweet Chariot. 2. Double-Barrel Prayer. 3. Let’s Not Chat About Despair. 5. You Must Be Certain Of The Devil. 6. Let My People Go. 7. Malediction. 8. More albums from Diamanda Galás: At Saint Thomas The Apostle Harlem by Diamanda Galás. The Litanies Of Satan by Diamanda Galás. Schrei x by Diamanda Galás. Vena Cava by Diamanda Galás.
This meant that 1988's You Must Be Certain of the Devil would be quite the departure for Galas, as she went in a more traditional music direction while her screams and howls remained intact. While it isn't a bad album, it is mostly a disappointment compared to her other albums, but it does have a number of notable highlights. If anybody recognizes this album, it's mostly because of he controversy surrounding "Double Barrel Prayer". Said song had a music video that was banned from MuchMusic and was named by MTV as "most offensive music video of the year".