|2||Freedom For A Promise||0:24|
|5||Wedding Dance Macabre||1:48|
|6||A Mute Reunion||2:46|
|7||The Devil Fits-God In His Youth||0:30|
|8||Through The Door-Theador||1:27|
|9||Your Father Is Dead Young Lord Be Cursed||1:12|
|11||Theador And The Rifles||0:45|
|14||Daughter Of The Sin||0:35|
|16||Rope Him To The Horse||1:25|
|17||Around You Is A Void Circle Save For The Stinking Corpses||1:30|
|19||No Blackberrys In Winter||2:31|
|20||Cancel The Evil Gently||2:37|
|21||Mother Snake Edit||3:19|
|22||The Fiery Sword||1:11|
|24||Not The Horse||0:51|
|25||The Quill-Whats Not Written Does Not Exist||0:57|
|26||The World Is Beautiful Climb The Tree||1:20|
|27||Theador Go Back To God||0:42|
|28||The Black Dog||1:52|
Wipe your blade clean. The bloodline of Eastern European kosmische and groundbreaking, grinding cinematic psych rock finally emerges from fifty years of forbidden forestland to fill your thirsty grails. Poland’s prime progressive provocateurs Andrzej Zuławski and Andrzej Korzynski finally expose the jagged roots of Possession and The Silver Globe and give the devil his due via this historical vinyl release.
If an opening strapline that reads “Forget everything that you thought you knew about the history of psychedelic rock and horror movies” appeals to you, then further potentially hyperbolic phrases like “Lost Grail” and “Banned Forever” will surely clinch the deal, leaving the hugely significant wider context of this dream come true release surplus to requirement. But as we hope you have come to expect from Finders Keepers releases “The devil is in the detail” and the fact that any mention of the perpetually elusive original master tapes to a 1972 project entitled Diabeł and the phrase “Holy Grail” have become synonymously associated only adds the twisted irony that surrounds this genuine masterpiece of both aforementioned fields.
For those fastidious enough to pursue the hunt, these unearthed recordings represent the crowning glory of the lifelong unison of Maestro Andrzej Zuławski and filmmaker Andrzej Korzynski, two genuine mavericks of Polish experimental cinema who challenged artistic and societal norms, on both sides of a politically restricted regime and on an international artistic stage, without compromise. Friends since childhood, Korzynski and Zuławski may have become divided by limelight and geography (Zuławski the intrepid emigre), but they remained united in their kaleidoscopic creative vision, resulting in a fractured stream of troublesome and mind-bending golden era collaborations such as Possession, The Silver Globe, and Third Part Of The Night. This long-awaited liberation of the psychedelic masterpiece known as Diabeł finally completes the duo’s full vista with what many consider the most vital piece of the prism.