Let us explode through the musical background of Sean D... Babydolls, Smack the question, do 'we' the listener expect to hear the same similarities evolving through Die My Darling? If you do all I can say is tough shit. Feel free to enter a world of dark obsessions. Close your mind to all that is known and enter a realm of poetic seduction. Forget all that is and has been known, reopen the whole, touch your sanctifying pleasure; lose the control and 'Sleep'.
'Sleep', DMD's six track
CD covers four versions of the single 'Sleep' and two versions of 'Pain'. Alas,
do not let this remix concept stop you from obtaining the single, I can guarantee
each remix to be classified as an individual. Obtain your copy from the website
link placed to the right and feel free to inform me if you disagree, just make
sure you take your comments and views further than the 'Just another Nine Inch
Nails rip-off'. Yes, the single 'Sleep' could be taken as rolling within the
same boundaries Nine Inch Nails and other such mainstream industrialists cover.
DMD invite you to travel through the subconscious horrors
that exist through poetic content, sadism and sex brought upon by the industrial
influenced erotica dark wave and spoken word. Die My Darling
a must for
those who thrive on the darker sustenance of the underworld.
Spice D. Warlock