This is Dolbomir’s music collection on Bandcamp.

Dolbomir

  1. Rock
  1. collection 33
  2. wishlist 27
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  1. The Story Of "Es reiten die Toten so schnell..." - or how I remember it (2021, spoken word)
    by SOPOR AETERNUS & The Ensemble Of Shadows
  2. Moon Machine
    by Moon Machine
  3. MONSTER
    by KIRA ft. GUMI
  4. Lost Carcosa
    by <1
  5. hell in Eden
    by Diary of Dreams
  6. The King in Yellow
    by Ah Pook the Destroyer
    The Time of the King The Time of the King
  7. Whitch?
    by ┼hief
  8. Mastermind
    by Tardigrade Inferno
    We Are Number One We Are Number One
    I'd say this one is more of a dark carnival than a dark cabaret, but I ain't complainin' xD

    Glad to have found this!
  9. Une saison sans pluie (1995)
    by Leitmotiv
    Crossing on a green shadows' land Crossing on a green shadows' land
  10. Space EP
    by Lianella Stilson
  11. Hastur
    by Cryo Chamber Collaboration
  12. Cave Johnson (remix of Reconstructing Science from Portal 2)
    by Sfork
  13. Songs from the inverted Womb (2001)
    by SOPOR AETERNUS & The Ensemble Of Shadows
    There was a Country by the Sea There was a Country by the Sea
    I am glad I found this album again. It has been my favorite in early 00s. A haunting expression of internal turmoil throughout. To me, however, There was a Country by the Sea and the little Velveteen Knight stand out especially.
  14. Parallel Universe
    by The Enigma TNG
    The album feels like a journey through something dreamlike. Is nice. Will have to re-listen a couple times to pick a favorite track... or a couple hundred times... a few qualify.
  15. Midnight
    by The Enigma TNG
  16. LIFA
    by Heilung
  17. The King In Yellow
    by Psyclopean
  18. Weebl - Amazing Horse (Lin Stilson Remix)
    by Lianella Stilson
  19. Kolovrat
    by Lunar Dawn
  20. Such fine Particles of the Universe
    by Bubblemath
    complex rhythms that actually work well together; interesting, fun, and at times thought provoking lyrics; well arranged pieces... also brings back (nice) memories of late 90s.

    I swear, the Miscreant Citizen has been stuck in my head off and on for the past 15-18 years or so...