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  1. Click to read Bandcamp's "Guide to the Discography of Diamanda Galás, Avant-Garde Oracle." U.S. FILM PREMIERE: SCHREI 27 Screening March at Performance Space (New York City), with a special talk with Diamanda on March Missing: Panoptikon.
  2. Diamanda Galas: lt;p|>||||| | |||||This | biographical article| |needs additional |citations| for |verificati World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the Missing: Panoptikon.
  3. LyricsPanoptikon Diamanda Galas. Last update on: February 14, No translations available + Add Translation. These lyrics are waiting for review. If you found mistakes, please help us by correcting them. Edit lyrics. Lyrics for Panoptikon by Diamanda Galas.
  4. Panoptikon by Diamanda Galas: Listen to songs by Diamanda Galas on Myspace, a place where people come to connect, discover, and share.
  5. The cover art and liner notes are included. The VHS or DVD box is included. The video game instructions and box are included. The teeth of disk holder are undamaged. Minimal wear on the exterior of item. No skipping on CD/DVD. No fuzzy/snowy frames on VHS tape. See the seller’s listing for full details and description of any zauspitherchairetofrathesmaytragbaymi.coinfo Rating: % positive.
  6. Panoptikon Lyrics: I have become a stranger to my own needs / And desires / I look and see things that are not there / And I ask myself / And I ask and I ask and I ask and I ask / I say: What is my.
  7. Diamanda Galás biography Born August 29, (San Diego, USA) Diamanda Galás was born in to Greek orthodox parents and was raised in San Diego, California. Her musical path began at an early age with studies of jazz and classical music.
  8. Besides showcasing her astonishing voice and real knowledge of electronic manipulation, the two pieces on Diamanda Galás display her social conscience: “Panoptikon” is based on Jeremy Bentham’s proposal for a prison where the inmates could be kept under constant observation by unseen captors, while “Tragouthia Apo to Aima Exoun.

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