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Cabaret Voltaire
Chance Versus Causality

Chance Versus Causality is perhaps the most intriguing of all of Cabaret Voltaire’s records. After a gig in Brussels in 1979 the band were approached by Babette Mondini and asked if they would score a film she was working on at the time. Cabaret Voltaire made the soundtrack without ever watching the footage, sent off the tapes to Holland, and then … nothing. The trio never saw the film and, after a limited release, it basically disappeared from the record. Now the Chance Versus Causality OST has been resurrected by Mute for its first proper release. 

Cabaret Voltaire
1974 - 76

Cabaret Voltaire dropped their debut LP in 1979, but they were going for a full six-years prior to the release of Mix-Up. The 1974-76 compilation collects some of the group’s home demos from their formative years. Rough around the edges, but you can hear Richard H Kirk, Stephen Mallinder and Chris Watson honing their pioneering sound in real-time here.

Richard H. Kirk
Dasein

One of the founding members of Cabaret Voltaire Richard H. Kirk has continued on with his quest through dark electronic and ambient territories. Releasing his own work under his own name and continuing under Cabaret Voltaire solo all through his own Intone label. Dasein will be His first solo record in 5 years.
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Sandoz
#9294 (Collected Works 1992 - 1994)

As well as working within Cabaret Voltaire, and his own solo work, Richard H. Kirk  had another many other guises. One of which was Sandoz, with the mission statement of melding African rhythms and european dance music. This collection brings 3 remastered albums and a CD of unreleased material between 1992 and 1994.
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Richard H. Kirk
#7489 (collected works 1974 - 1989)

Sheffield has housed many electronic music pioneers, of which Richard H. Kirk was one of the greatest. Alongside his work with Cabaret Voltaire he was producing his own solo works long before, during and after. This collection precedes the group, with a massive 8 CDs of solo dance experiments. Includes his first four albums remastered, and an album of completely unreleased tracks.

Richard H. Kirk
Never Lose Your Shadow

Richard H. Kirk makes aggressive industrial pop, and he's had a lot of experience at it: back in the '70s, he tried his hand as part of industrial mavericks Cabaret Voltaire, and his early material as an artist in his own right was well loved by the one and only Throbbing Gristle, who decided to release him on their own label. 'Never Lose Your Shadow' is a clinical work, an EP full of detached synthwork and Kirk's stark, isolated vocals. The tracks on offer sound delightfully dated, painting a picture of Kirk making music in the late '80s. It's the first time on vinyl for 'Never Lose Your Shadow'. 

Richard H. Kirk
The Many Dimensions Of

A profound sense of unease from Richard H. Kirk. The Many Dimensions Of is Richards reflections and pondering on the big happenings in the 21st century. He been going for over four decades, dabbling in various bands and solo electronic adventures under various guises. On this one he blends synths and electronics with acoustic instruments and news reports to realize his dystopian vision. Out on CD from Die Stadt.
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Peter Hope & Richard H. Kirk
Hoodoo Talk


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