Diary Of Dreams

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The German group Diary Of Dreams, the main creative force which is the identity of the owner Accession Records Adrian Hates (Adrian Hates), is considered one of the most unusual and talented teams in the German gothic / darkwave scene. History Diary Of Dreams originates in the late eighties, when Adrian Hates only began to develop a musical concept of a solo project. Over time, he was joined by guitarist Alistair Kane (Alistair Kane), and only in 1994, appears the first full-length release of the band – Cholymelan, which immediately gets the highest estimates are not only numerous underground publications and critics, but, most importantly, amazingly optimistic reception of listeners. And the record does deserve the highest praise for the musicians managed to weave together the interesting electronic arrangements, together with the original guitar part, philosophical, sensual lyrics in English and stunningly soulful voice Heights, who was very softly and gently creeps into the consciousness of the listener, making the order to empathize with the feelings and the (often very joyless) emotions experienced by the musician. In short, it was unqualified success, but in a relatively narrow underground areas. Seeing such positive feedback on their work, but also thinking about expanding the audience and the gradual withdrawal of underground fame in the 'wider Gothic masses', the band did not sit idly by, and actively engaged in writing material for his next album, which soon came out (in 1996) is on his own label, Adrian Accession Records. It is with the release of second album, End of Flowers, a gear 'gothic show business' slowly started to move and began to spin to the increasing turnover.