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In her second album, Nico's ventured into new, uncharted territory. Even today it is hard to find other artists produce a similar styl; In 1969 it was nothing less than revolutionary. The general atmosphere of this album has been described as cold, abstract and quite often even as nightmarish.

Although Nico is known to a wider public mostly through her cooperation with The Velvet Underground, this album can probably be seen as her most important contribution to modern popular music.

  1. Prelude (Instrumental)
  2. Lawns Of Dawns
  3. No One Is There
  4. Ari's Song
  5. Facing The Wind
  6. Julius Caesar (Memento Hodie)
  7. Frozen Warnings
  8. Evening Of Light
  9. Roses in the Snow (Bonus)
  10. Nibelungen (Bonus)
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The last two tracks are included in the CD-edition as bonus tracks only.

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