The seminal, electronic, art-rock experience from Sheffield known as Cabaret Voltaire is poised to inflict audio-visual carnage across designated areas of the world and its solar system once again.
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It’s not all that often that a remix album is significantly more important than the album that spawned it but given that Kora are an inoffensive Kiwi rock/reggae band and Cabaret Voltaire were, along with Throbbing Gristle, pioneers of the early electronic dance sound that came to be known as Industrial, Kora! Kora! Kora! more than qualifies.
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this music is so cool.
Cabaret Voltaire - Skankenstein
1. Skankenstein 7:30
2. Pop Your Bubble 7:03
3. Flow 8:16
4. On My Mind 7:21
5. Burning 6:09
6. Crazy Things 9:52
7. Burning Reprise 4:41
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