Produced by Coil & Danny Hyde. Album Love’s Secret Domain. In the sky and in the eye and In the sky and in the eye an. .If you want to touch the sky Just put a window in your eye See the sun and See the rain See the window See the pain See the sun and See the rain See the birds eye See the brain Ancient cities Rise again See microscopic See world view See the future Leaking through See the person Who once was you See.
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Windowpane & The Snow was a CD released by the band Coil. This release compiles the two EPs, "Windowpane" and "The Snow". The original versions of the songs "Windowpane" and "The Snow" appear on the album Love's Secret Domain. The Snow (Driftmix)" and "The Snow (Out in the Cold)" remixes are by Peter Christopherson
Flag as Inappropriate. Are you certain this article is inappropriate? Excessive Violence Sexual Content Political, Social. Windowpane was a single released by the band Coil in 1990. It was released on 12" vinyl and CD. A video was created by Peter Christopherson for this song. Windowpane" appears here truncated, missing the backwards vocals as they appear on the end of the song on Love's Secret Domain. The "Astral Paddington Mix" is purely instrumental. The name of the song refers to LSD encapsulated in thin gelatin squares.
Label: Threshold Archives – T-ARCH 010CD.
The single of another of Coil's mid-tempo odes to LSD, "Windowpane" contains the original mix and a pair of instrumental remixes. Only one remix appears on the vinyl version. The LP version is the only vocal mix presented. Of the two remixes, the minimal mix is exactly what it claims to be - a stripped-down version, utilizing an almost dub style in its reduction to drums and bassline. The Astral Paddington mix adds lots of swirly pads, but little else.
Windowpane" is a song by British experimental band Coil, from their third studio album, Love's Secret Domain (1991). Written and produced by the band with lyrics by John Balance, it was released in 1990 by Threshold House on 12" vinyl and CD; in the US, the single was licensed by the indie record label Wax Trax! Records. The song's accompanying video was directed by Peter Christopherson.