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9 thoughts on “ A Thousand Ways - Cabaret Voltaire - Red Mecca (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. The album is based around the 10 minute epic, A Thousand Ways, in which the hate factor is turned up to Every second oozes a helpless cry for mercy, a hollow and empty plea which ultimately goes unheard, but leaves the listener completely at the mercy of the band from this point forward.
  2. Dec 04,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Red Mecca on Discogs/5().
  3. It isn't without reason that Red Mecca is often referred to as one of Cabaret Voltaire's most cohesive and brilliant records. There are tangible bumpers (the record is buttressed by squealing/wheezing interpretations of Henry Mancini's music for Orson Welles' Touch of .
  4. Vinyl LP repressing. Originally released in September , Red Mecca is referred to as one of Cabaret Voltaire's most cohesive and brilliant records. The record contains all the characteristics that have made the Sheffield group such an influential entity when it comes /5(9).
  5. Red Mecca, an Album by Cabaret Voltaire. Released in August on Rough Trade (catalog no. ROUGH 27; Vinyl LP). Genres: Industrial, Post-Punk. Featured peformers: Richard H. Kirk (synthesizer, guitar, clarinet, aka_text horns role_id aka_text, strings, composer), Stephen Mallinder (vocals, aka_text {bass guitar} role_id aka_text, bongos, composer), Chris Watson (organ, tapes.
  6. Jun 14,  · Cabaret Voltaire Kick Off Reissue Series with 'Red Mecca' Vinyl Re-release A press release confirms that the Sheffield outfit's third LP, 's Red Mecca.
  7. Cabaret Voltaire - Red Mecca [Vinyl] Music Cabaret Voltaire - Red Mecca (Vinyl NEW) Label: Mute Format: LP Release Date: No. of Discs: 1 UPC: Album Tracks 1. A Touch of Evil 2. Sly Doubt 3. Landslide 4. A Thousand Ways 5. Red Mask 6. Split Second Feeling 7. Black Mask 8. Spread the Virus 9. A Touch of Evil Brand: Cabaret Voltaire.
  8. Cabaret Voltaire (in this incarnation featuring only Richard H Kirk) was a true highlight and contributes "Microscopic Flesh Fragment" and "Universal Energy". One half of Demdike Stare Miles Whitaker went solo, presenting his truly unique take on techno, and the .
  9. Cabaret Voltaire reissue series to begin with seminal album Red Mecca; Arca is caught up in a demonic love affair in the video for 'Time' Watch a televised performance of Phill Niblock's G2.

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