CyberDracula

by Ulican

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Romania, 1431 - 2001
Celebrating 570 years of horror

A child who took blood for what it is ...

Nosferatu, Undead, King of Pain, Prince of Love

In early 2000, Ulican began to record several ideas of songs, which formed the concept of “CyberDracula” album. The first few demo tracks of “CyberDracula” were recorded and 2 of them (“Dracula’s Guest” and "Nowhere Remix”) hit 1st place on Alternative and Gothic charts of mp3.com during Halloween 2000. This final version of the album includes some alternative mixes and a powerful remix by electronic musician Ptyl.

Arising as a maddening tribute to the Undead Count, the greatest Vampire of all times, CyberDracula emerges as horror in the Cyber Age crossing all barriers, as the words of "Nowhere [remix]" say: ... there's nowhere to run, nowhere to hide from the Vampire's bite ...

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released 01 January 2001
All words by Stephan Friedman and Bram Stoker
Inspired by the works of Bram Stoker
All music by Stephan Friedman
Vocals on tracks 5 and 10 by Mary Kelley
Tracks 1 and 5 feature samples from Romanian Orthodox hymns
Track 12 remixed by Ptyl
Artwork by Phil Blau
Recorded at Fuck Off Hafakot Studios, Ashkelon, Israel and Aggressor Studios, Framingham, MA, USA

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Ulican Israel

Ulican existed from 1999 till 2002 as a musical project of Stephan Friedman. The name was discovered in a book of old Irish folk-tales. The word 'ulican' means a funeral cry, a lament, a sorrowful cadence, or a place of devotion and worship. This is a perfect description for the solemn, dark, and tragic realm explored by the music of Ulican. ... more

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