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.
and it continues, read rest of it.
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
Sunday, February 22, 2009
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