DJ spare parts. Computer accessories. Studio equipment. Drum machines. Studio headphones. Digital recorders. Guitar accessories. Studio accessories. GBP My Language. Wishlist Log in to view your wishlist. Items in wishlist:. Items in cart:. Cabaret Voltaire. Play All. Sort Artist. Seller : merlinmoosik. Seller : sonic-records. Seller : ouioui Seller : karmamusic. Seller : bluesiterecords. Format : 12 inch x 2. Seller : recordsale. Seller : musicenrgi. Seller : saxkatune.
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For a band which excelled at concept albums, the industry- and more importantly, the listener- shift toward singles has come at a price, he feels. I hate the fact that albums have died. I always considered myself mainly to be an album artist.
For me, there's nothing better than you buy an album that you like, and you listen to it the whole way through because it's telling you a story. I think that's kind of gotten lost now because people tend to fixate on just single tracks. That's partly due to iTunes. When the internet came along, it trashed everything for a lot of artists, because people weren't buying music anymore. And then iTunes came along, and they found a way to monetize it, but they insisted that you must be able to download each individual track rather than just buy the whole thing.
I always thought that sucked, personally. He cites Chance Versus Causality as an example of an album that is best listened to in its entirety in a single sitting. He had to break it into parts for the vinyl release but feels there are positive trade-offs to being able to listen to music on vinyl. I think there's something about vinyl where you've got the physicality of a needle hitting the groove, whereas with a CD you've got a laser playing across a disc. There's a physicality to vinyl, and I think bass always sounds better off a vinyl record.
To me, it feels more physical or earthy, whereas CDs are always very clean. Record companies have started releasing vinyl again because they can make money. I like the result -- the money thing aside, if people decide to get into vinyl again, that's no bad thing. Personally, I've never downloaded any music from iTunes or anywhere else, and I always thoughts MP3s sounded rubbish -- really thin.
I don't mind CDs. If I'm buying any new music now, it will generally always be a CD or vinyl. Plus you get artwork, which you can look at, and you can see the credits, and who did what, whereas with downloads I don't think you get much information as far as I understand. In an interview with Mick Fish conducted in included in Fish's book Industrial Evolution: Through the Eighties With Cabaret Voltaire Kirk comments that he's often leery of bands that engage in political preaching, and yet "Mind you, I think we are more political than any of those people, purely because what we are advocating is individualism.
Three and a half decades later, Kirk says that stance in defense of individualism is more important than ever. There's been a real big swing to the right, in America, for instance with Mr. Trump and we have now a very right-wing government in the UK, with this business with Brexit. They're all turning to the right and scapegoating immigrants. And all I can say is: that's how Hitler started. So it's not good. Features Interviews Lists. Streams Videos All Posts. Release Date September, Track Listing.
Baader Meinhof. Richard H. Cabaret Voltaire. Sex in Secret. Raising the Count. Someday I hope to walk into a dark cabaret in Berlin and find her singing under a solitary spotlight to me as I enter the room. There, got that out of my system. Now it may be just legend, actual material just never released, but around the time BRM released Persuasion with Spooky and was signed to Guerilla, I understand there was work on a solo album with Mr.
I have been in search of same for years. Echorich — You are probably aware of my deep and abiding love for Torch Song as well as my casual indifference to anything else that Orbit has done.
I can honestly say that as much as I love E, it just got better from there! Echorich — The stinging irony was that this almost happened a few months ago! We weep for what did not occur. The videos have always been mesmeric and at the time for a teenage music and video student they were very eye-opening.
In fact, it must stand in the upper 0. With the massive interframe delta due to their cut up editing, it would look terrible in a compressed digital format like DVD. Some things were meant for analog and this was one of them. With CAV LaserDiscs, the user can jump directly to any individual frame of a video simply by entering the frame number on the remote keypad, a feature not common among DVD players.
Damaged spots on a LaserDisc can be played through or skipped over, while a DVD will often become unplayable past the damage. Which were basically a record with video on it. On the same day will get its first vinyl release.
The album, originally released on cassette via Industrial Records in , was reissued on CD by The Grey Area of Mute in and will be now available on limited edition transparent orange double vinyl and digitally. The band originally met Mondini at the infamous Brussels Plan K show which saw Joy Division, Cabaret Voltaire and William Burroughs share a bill, and soon after, she asked them to create the soundtrack for her film.View all records by Cabaret Voltaire for sale on CDandLP in LP, CD, 12inch, 7inch format.