Wurdah Ãtah was recorded by a core quartet of Magma members and released under Christian Vander's name as a soundtrack to Yvan Lagrange's 1972 avant-garde film Tristan er Iseult. Wurdah Ãtah (Dead Earth) is the second part of the Theusz Hamtaahk Trilogy. The first part, Theusz Hamtaahk (Time of Hatred), was included on RetrospektÃ¯w Parts I & II (1981) and the third part MÃ«kanÃ¯k DÃ«struktÃ¯w KÃ¶mmandÃ¶h was released in 1973. The words to the music are sung completely in Magma's constructed language of KobaÃ¯an.
Bradia da zÃ¯mehn iÃ«gah (The insider spoken)
Maneh as of Zess (Together for maÃ¯tre)
Fur di HEL KobaÃ¯a (For eternal life)
BlÃ¼m tendiwa (The soul of the people)
WohldÃ¼nt Mem dÃ«wÃ«lÃ«ss (Message in scope)
WlasÃ¯k steuhn KobaÃ¯a (Ascent to the eternell)
SÃ«hntÃ«ht dros wurdah Sums (Death is nothing)
That is ie that led them there!
Ek SÃ¼n da Zess (Who is the maÃ¯tre)
From zeuhl Ã¼ndazÃ¯r (Vision of heavenly music)
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