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Dead Can Dance Song Lyrics

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Dead Can Dance Bio

Dead Can Dance is a band composed of Lisa Gerrard and Brendan Perry. Formed in Melbourne, Australia, in 1981 and initially based there, it disbanded in 1998 but reunited temporarily for a world tour in 2005.

Though the band was formed in Australia, Gerrard and Perry moved soon after to London, where after one year it signed with alternative rock label 4AD Records, a legendary label on the alternative-music scene. The band, along with other members Scott Rodger, Peter Ulrich and James Pinker, continued to work closely together until the late 1980s. Through the 1990's, and various line up changes, they band evolved into a duo and eventually they started to grow apart. Gerrard returned to Australia, while Perry moved to Ireland, where he bought the old Quivvy Church in which he now lives and works. It is speculated that the distance between the members was an influence in the duo's eventual break-up, although Perry himself said that distance helped in maintaining a certain individual freedom in creativity.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dead_can_dance