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  1. Apr 19,  · Laibach's Opus Dei is an exposé of contemporary lived tyranny. It shows how the 1%, their lackey press, and their corporate entertainment complex bombard us incessantly with propaganda, prompting us to do their bidding as if it were our own. For "our nation", "our culture", and "our life" we will destroy our selves, our neighbors, and our world/5(19).
  2. Find album release information for Opus Dei - Laibach on AllMusic. Find album release information for Opus Dei - Laibach on AllMusic CD: Opus Dei: Tvt / wax Trax! Find album release information for Opus Dei - Laibach on AllMusic AllMusic New Releases.
  3. Laibach recorded two new interpretations of the song, which they titled Leben Heißt Leben, and Opus Dei. The first of these, the opening song on the Laibach album Opus Dei (), was sung in German.
  4. Recorded in Ljubljana, Studio Tivoli, November Mixed at Guerilla Studio, London, December Tracks 9 to 12 originally recorded for the play "Krst Pod Triglavom" (Baptism Under The Triglav) performed by the Scipion Nasica Theatre - Cankarjev Dom, Ljubljana /5(4).
  5. Dec 31,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Laibach - Opus Dei at Discogs. Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your Laibach collection/5().
  6. INT , CD Stumm Laibach: Opus Dei ‎ (CD, Album, RE) Mute, Mute: INT , CD Stumm Europe: Unknown: Sell This Version: Recommendations Reviews Add Review [r] Release. Edit Release All Versions of this Release Data Correct. Add to Collection /5(35).
  7. Originally released in , Opus Dei was Laibach’s first album on Mute. Opus Dei contains Geburt einer Nation” (“birth of a nation”), a German cover of Queen’s “One Vision”, and two re-interpretations of the Austrian band Opus’ hit single “Live Is Life”. The Opus song became the German language “Leben heißt Leben” and the English language “Opus Dei”/5(27).
  8. Opus Dei is the third studio album by Laibach, released in It features "Geburt einer Nation", a German cover of Queen's "One Vision", and two reworkings of the Austrian band Opus' sole international hit single "Live Is Life". The Opus song became the German language "Leben heißt Leben" and the English language "Opus Dei".5/5(1).

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