hallucinative


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Footage of the legendary show is accompanied by an audio CD of the gig, together with the director's cut of Hallucinative Comas, Kreator's very own mini-horror video was released with Coma of Souls in 1991 and features, as Petrozza adds: " Never - seen - before scenes that the censors couldn't stomach back in the day.
But they've since super-sized into a world of Wizard of Oz-type, almost hallucinative adventures.
A hallucinative poet suckled on Apollinaire and Laforgue, de Andrade takes in everything, ancient and modern, African and Italian, and creates from it a chirping icon, cosmic and undusty.