Powers William K. Ghost Songs : Echoes from Wounded Knee. Tome 79, An examination of the cultural elements comprising the philosophy practice of the ritual reveals a distinct form of religious worship that is undeniably Lakota. An analysis of fourteen Ghost Dance songs demonstrates that the Lakota version of the dance was unique to the Great Plains where it survived for only a year. It is concluded that if the Ghost Dance had not been adopted by the Lakota, other rituals would have been adopted to satisfy the Lakota's sense of what they perceive to be their own unique culture.
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Ghost , also formerly known as Ghost B. The song Ritual was chosen by Kerrang! The band released their third studio album, Meliora , in to much critical acclaim and high record sales, reaching number one in their home country of Sweden, and number eight in the United States. The band released their fourth studio album, Prequelle , in Ghost is easily recognizable owing greatly to its eccentric on-stage presence. Seven of the group's eight members, its 'Nameless Ghouls',  wear virtually identical, face-concealing costumes. Prior to a lawsuit filed by former members of the band, lead singer Tobias Forge obscured his identity behind the character "Papa Emeritus".
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After all, over the course of four studio albums, the band have earned the feverish adulation of both fans and critics, not to mention the likes of Dave Grohl and James Hetfield. With the snarling chug of the rhythm guitar, eerie waves of echo-drenched leads and stunning vocal harmonies, the track became their first single, easily earning a slot on their Grammis-nominated debut, Opus Eponymous. Other throwback outfits had managed to tap into the polished studio sound of 70s hard rock, but their inability to convert that sound into memorable new hits left the genre feeling uninspired. With Ritual , Ghost established that their ability to channel the spirit of their influences into bona fide, stadium-rocking anthems left them without peer. Where the previous album had balanced the guitar tones much more evenly alongside bass and keyboards, third album Meliora saw the band shift their focus back onto the power of the mighty riff, with Cirice leading the way. Everything that you love about Ghost is here in spades — smooth layers of guitars, keyboards and gauzy atmospherics, with more hooks than a coat room.
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