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Barry "Bari-Bari" Galvin (guitar and keyboards) and the rhythm section from
that band hired vocalist Christianna and formed Mephisto Walz in 1986.
Their brand of gothic rock leans heavily towards electronic music on
Terra Regina (Cleopatra, 1993). The stand-out track is probably
Starveling, that borrows dream-pop's instrumental background and
Enya's wordless vocals. A few spoken-word segments and several experimental
meanderings weaken a concept that could have matched
Lycia in atmospherics.
A wilder, more primitive attitude permeates the exoteric ceremonies of
The Eternal Deep (Cleopatra, 1994), as if the ambient genius of the
band suddenly merged with the
Sisters Of Mercy. The album contains their
masterpiece, Aborigine Requiem.
Thalia (Cleopatra, 1995) is a mature, well-arranged, even poppy
development that yields Mephisto Walz and No Way Out, possibly
their most accomplished songs ever.
Instrumental tracks such as
A Procession Of The Equinoxes and Aglaia At Auroras
indulge in ghostly effects that recall their beginnings.