Cement Garden

CD 1995


Cement Garden

Studio-Album

With their full-length debut album, Distain! immediately went on to the top of German synth pop. Emotional melodies, conveyed by the remarkable voice of Alexander Braun, and progressive analogue sounds by the keyboarders Sebastian von Wyschetzki and Oliver Faig.

Besides the new material, there’s also some early songs from the beginning times of Distain!, e.g. “Dance in Heaven”, which we didn’t want to withhold from you, and therefore put on this album. This album also contains the beautiful “Piano Song” (unplugged) and the dancefloor-hit “Confession”!

Distain! 1995 are: Oliver Faig, Alex Braun, Sebastian v. Wyschetzki

“Damned good synth pop … this release is for sure one of the best CDs in ‘95.” (Orkus)

“Their strength lies in beautiful, melancholic melodies, which neither slip into depressiveness, nor intend to sound artificially happy.” (Tanelorn)

Damned good synth pop ... this release is for sure one of the best CDs in '95.

Orkus Musikmagazin

Damned good synth pop ... this release is for sure one of the best CDs in '95.Their strength lies in beautiful, melancholic melodies, which neither slip into depressiveness, nor intend to sound artificially happy.

Tanelorn Fanzine

Track list

  • World of Stone
  • Strange Affection
  • Better Life
  • Dance in Heaven
  • Confession
  • It's Over, Slave
  • Soldiers
  • Piano Song (unplugged)
  • Shadows of the Past
  • Science Can't be Crime

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ADDITIONAL CREDITS • Cover: Fred Stichnoth
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