Compiled by sole remaining member Richard H. Kirk, '#7885 (Electropunk to Technopop 1978 – 1985)' collects Cabaret Voltaire's most concise and dynamic work. Full of "singles, edits, and shorter album tracks", this compilation captures the essence of Sheffield's electronic pioneers. Out on Mute.
Vinyl Double LP £12.48 CABS26
2LP on Mute.
- Includes download code
CD £10.50 CABS26CD
CD on Mute.
8/10 True Faith '87 14th May 2014
In 1980 I said to my brother the next record Peel plays I'm going to buy. It turned out to be Nag Nag Nag. My brother said it was a horrible noise but I loved it. I'd never heard anything quite like it in my life. That was the starting point of discovering electronic music (Eno/Kraftwerk), dub and William S Burroughs! Buy this to find out the roots to much of today's underground electronica. Cabaret Voltaire seem more relevant than ever in 2014. My only gripe? Will "Empty Walls" ever get a release?? This would of been the ideal release for it..... Check out Wrangler's "L.A Spark" too which features Mal.
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