Wurdah Ïtah 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 Ïtah (Dead Earth) is the second part of the Theusz Hamtaahk Trilogy. The first part, Theusz Hamtaahk (Time of Hatred), was included on Retrospektïw Parts I & II (1981) and the third part Mëkanïk Dëstruktïw Kömmandöh was released in 1973. The words to the music are sung completely in Magma's constructed language of Kobaïan.
Bradia da zïmehn iëgah (The insider spoken)
Maneh as of Zess (Together for maïtre)
Fur di HEL Kobaïa (For eternal life)
Blüm tendiwa (The soul of the people)
Wohldünt Mem dëwëlëss (Message in scope)
Wlasïk steuhn Kobaïa (Ascent to the eternell)
Sëhntëht dros wurdah Sums (Death is nothing)
That is ie that led them there!
Ek Sün da Zess (Who is the maïtre)
From zeuhl ündazïr (Vision of heavenly music)
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