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Coil - Love's Secret Domain FLAC

Coil - Love's Secret Domain FLAC
Love's Secret Domain
Acid House, Abstract, Industrial, Leftfield
Wax Trax! Records
WAXCS 7143
FLAC size:
1357 mb
MP3 size:
1247 mb
WMA size:
1191 mb


Cello – Audrey Riley, Jane FentonOboe – Julia GirdwoodOrchestrated By [Orchestral Arrangements By] – Billy McGeeViola – Jos Pook, Sue DenchViolin – Andrew Davies, Clive Dobbins, Gini Ball, Sally Herbert
2The Snow
Keyboards [Ecstatic Keyboards] – Mike McEvoy
3Love's Secret Domain
Drums – Charles Hayward
4Titan Arch
Vocals – Marc Almond
5Dark River
Classical Guitar [Spanish Guitar] – Juan RamirezDidgeridoo – Cyrung
6Further Back And Faster
Didgeridoo – Cyrung
7Teenage Lightning II
Classical Guitar [Spanish Guitar] – Juan Ramirez
8Disco Hospital2:17
Backing Vocals – Rose McDowell


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
TORSO RECORDS 33181, TORSO 33181, Torso 33181, 331Coil Love's Secret Domain ‎(LP, Album)Torso, Torso, Torso, TorsoTORSO RECORDS 33181, TORSO 33181, Torso 33181, 331Europe1991
TORSO 33181Coil Love's Secret Domain ‎(LP, TP, W/Lbl)TorsoTORSO 33181Netherlands1991
WAX 7143Coil Love's Secret Domain ‎(LP, TP)Wax Trax! RecordsWAX 7143US1991
WAXCD 7143Coil Love's Secret Domain ‎(CD, Album)Wax Trax! RecordsWAXCD 7143US1991
GS05052Coil Love's Secret Domain ‎(CD, Album, Ltd, Unofficial)Golden ShoeGS05052RussiaUnknown


  • Lyrics ByJohn Balance
  • PaintingSteven Stapleton
  • Photography By [Photograph Of COIL By]Lawrence Watson
  • ProducerCoil, Danny Hyde
  • Programmed By [Additional Programming By], Engineer [Additional Engineering By]Danny Hyde
  • Written-By [All Songs By], Music By [All Music By]Coil


This cassette insert incorrectly lists credits from the CD version for songs that do not appear on this release.

Recorded in various locations in London between January 1988 and October 1990.

A2 is incorrectly titled "Teenage Lightning" on the insert, "Teenage Lightning II" on the cassette shell.
A3 is titled "Windowpane" on the insert, "Window Pane" on the cassette shell.
B1 is titled "Further Back And Faster" on the insert, "Further Back & Faster" on the cassette shell.
B3 is titled "Chaostrophy" on the insert, and misspelled as "Chaostraphy" on the cassette shell.

Cassette shell: Made in USA
J-card insert: Printed in Canada


  • Barcode (String): 017837714345
  • Barcode (Text): 0 1783771434 5
  • Matrix / Runout (Raised text inside cassette shell, along left edge, side A): 9 MADE IN USA
  • Matrix / Runout (Raised text inside cassette shell, along left edge, side B): 6


  • Copyright (c) – Mute Sound
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Wax Trax! Records, Inc.
  • Manufactured By – Wax Trax! Records, Inc.
  • Marketed By – Wax Trax! Records, Inc.
  • Distributed By – Wax Trax! Records, Inc.
  • Produced For – Threshold House



Love's Secret Domain is the third studio album by the British experimental band Coil, released in 1991. The album marked a departure from the brooding synthesizers and melodies of their first two albums, focusing more on sampling inspired by acid house. The singles released from the album were Windowpane and The Snow. Guest vocalists include Marc Almond on the song Titan Arch and Annie Anxiety on the song Things Happen. Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей do not own the rights to this album Coil Love's Secret Domain 1991 1 Disco Hospital 2 Teenage Lightning 1 3 Things Happen 4 The Snow 5 Dark River 6. Текст песни: Oh rose, thou art sick Seduce let loose The vision and the void Blood sickle honey : Coil. Album: Love's Secret Domain. Label: Threshold House. Loves Secret Domain. Released July 1991. Loves Secret Domain Tracklist. Disco Hospital 's Secret Domain 1991. Album by Coil. was sampled in. Listen free to Coil Love's Secret Domain Disco Hospital, Teenage Lightning 1 and more. 13 tracks 60:11. Though Coil's John Balance and Peter Christopherson were inspired by the acid house revolution of the late '80s, their drug-inspired dance album isn't quite as indebted to the style as the contemporary work of Psychic TV. The influence comes through mostly in the deranged effects and vaguely surreal air, though several tracks do increase the rhythmic wattage. For the most part, the duo retained the gothic synth pop of Horse Rotorvator, but with a special. In turn, Loves Secret Domains appeal has nothing to do with its dynamic instrumentation or its eclectic styles throughout the songs. The fact that makes this such an interesting album is merely detail. Naturally since this came out during the great electronic revolution they pertained to certain relevant aspects such as rhythmic foundations, but also include an almost scary amount of other influences, such as jazz-fusion, post-gothic, and even some literary citations. The record is meant to be taken almost ironically just by the title Loves Secret Domain LSD, but theres so many other lev