Cabaret Voltaire - The Original Sound Of Sheffield - The Best Of The Virgin / EMI Years album mp3
Photography By – MITDR™. Photography By – Cabaret Voltaire. Photography By, Photography – Peter Care. The Best of The Virgin, EMI Years. 1: Record/mix Trident Studios London. 1983 Virgin Records Limited. Original release Some Bizarre, Virgin CVS1B. Original version Code EMI CDP 7 46999 4. 9: Original record/mix Studio Western Works Sheffield, Red Bus London. Licensed courtesy of EMI Commercial Markets. 1987 EMI Records Ltd. Original release Parlophone 12R 6166A.
2001 greatest hits album by Cabaret Voltaire. The Original Sound of Sheffield '83/'87. Greatest hits album by. Cabaret Voltaire. I Want You" (12" mix, original on "The Covenant, The Sword and The Arm Of The Lord", 1985). a b Segal, Victoria (January 8, 2002). Cabaret Voltaire : The Original Sound Of Sheffield '83-'87 - The Best Of The Virgin/EMI Years". NME. IPC Media Entertainment Network.
The Covenant, The Sword And The Arm Of The Lord Cabaret Voltaire. The Crackdown Cabaret Voltaire. The Original Sound Of Sheffield - '78, '82 Best Of Cabaret Voltaire. Conform To Deform '82-'90: The Virgin/EMI Years Archive Cabaret Voltaire. Easy Life Cabaret Voltaire. Groovy, Laidback And Nasty Cabaret Voltaire.
Cabaret Voltaire also recorded pieces reminiscent of musique concrète and composers such as Morton Subotnick, Nurse with Wound cited a long list of obscure free improvisation and Krautrock as recommended listening. It was the first British paper to include a singles chart, in the 1970s it became the best-selling British music newspaper. It started as a newspaper, and gradually moved toward a magazine format during the 1980s and 1990s. The Covenant, The Sword, and the Arm of the Lord is the seventh full-length studio album by the Electronic band Cabare. mage: Cabaret Voltaire Convant 1985.
The Covenant, The Sword And The Arm Of The Lord '1985. 2x45 (1990 Mute) '1982. The Golden Moments Of '1982. All releases . Related artists.
Just over a third of The Original Sound of Sheffield: '78/'82 - the sister release to 2001's similarly titled anthology that covers 1983-1987 - overlaps with The Living Legends compilation, but this disc now acts as the first place to go for early Cabaret Voltaire. The Living Legends covered roughly the same period, collecting tracks from singles, EPs, and compilations. This one opens up the scope to consider the landmark (and vastly different) post-punk LPs Red Mecca and 2 X 45, and thankfully resists the unavoidable temptation of including large chunks from both.
The Original Sound of Sheffield '78/'82. The Original Sound of Sheffield '78/'82 is a best-of compilation by Cabaret Voltaire. It is the third in a series of best-of compilations for the band, also including The Original Sound of Sheffield '83/'87 and Conform to Deform '82/'90. Compared to the other two compilations, however, this one focuses on a more primal period of Cabaret Voltaire's career, with more experimentation than their later, house-influenced work.
Greatest hits album by Cabaret Voltaire. a b Carruthers, Sean. Retrieved August 21, 2012.
|3||The Dream Ticket||7:50|
|7||I Want You||7:52|
|9||Here To Go||7:01|
|10||Thank You America (Kevorkian Bonus Beats)||3:43|
NotesTrack 1 and 10 are incorrectly listed as "Fascination" and "Don't Argue (Beats)" respectively.
|CVCD5, 7243 8 11243 2 1||Cabaret Voltaire||The Original Sound Of Sheffield '83 / '87. Best Of; (CD, Comp)||Virgin, Virgin||CVCD5, 7243 8 11243 2 1||UK||2001|
|SR001||Cabaret Voltaire||The Original Sound Of Sheffield '83 / '87. Best Of; (CD, Comp)||Superfecta Recordings||SR001||US||2003|