Cabaret Voltaire

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Sensoria / Cut The Damn Camera
Pop Used - 12 CVS 312 Virgin
UK Picture Sleeve 12 Inch. ... more details
 
Cabaret Voltaire - Crackdown / Just Fascination Crackdown / Just Fascination
Pop Used - 12 CVS1-12 Some Bizzare
1983 UK 12 Inch Picture Sleeve. ... more details
 
Cabaret Voltaire - Eddies Out / Walls Of Jericho / Jazz The Glass / Burnt To The Ground Eddies Out / Walls Of Jericho / Jazz The Glass / Burnt To The Ground
Pop Used - 12 ROUGH 96 Rough Trade
Stunning 1981 UK 45rpm 12" In Picture Sleeve With Bonus 7" In Pink Die-Cut Jacket, All Housed In A Custom PVC Sleeve. The Single - Jazz The Glass/Burnt To The Ground - Was Exclusive To First Pressing Run Of This 12" Single.... more details
 
Cabaret Voltaire - Three Mantras Three Mantras
Pop Used - LP RT038 Rough Trade
1980 Original. Jacket Has Very Slight Wear, Vinyl Is Mint. "It Would Actually Be More Accurate To Call This Album 'Two Mantras,' Given That It Consists Of Two Sidelong Pieces, "Eastern Mantra" And "Western Mantra," Which Gives The Still-Then-A-Trio A Chance To Expand Its Avant-Electronic-Grunge Into Trancier Realms. Mallinder's Abstract Ranting Is In Full Effect From The Start Of "Eastern," Talking About Bodies In The Streets And The Like, And From There Things Move Into A Rough Realm Of Strange Art, Voltaire-Style. The Combination Of Kirk's Guitar And Mallinder's Bass Work Here Is Practically That Of Krautrock/Motorik, Mallinder Playing A Steady, Quietly Varying Series Of Notes While Kirk Throws In A Variety Of Crumbling Squalls. His Work Is Sometimes Vaguely Arabic In Flavor, Which Combined With The Length Of The Song, The Hollow Drum Machine Punch Driving Everything Along, And Watson's Piercing Keyboards Is Not Merely Interesting But Helps To Demonstrate, In A Subtle Way, Some Of The Future Influences On Artists Like Muslimgauze. "Western Mantra" Has The Basic Trio, Plus Guests On Percussion And Found-Sound Tapes, Doing Something Far More Outre. A Heavily-Treated Vocal Loop Underlaid By A Subtle Keyboard Drone Starts The Song, Interspersed With Samples Of Arabic And Israeli Pop Music And Various Bell Sounds — The Roots For Muslimgauze In Particular Really Show Here! Kirk's Crisp Playing Floats In Some Time Later, Stepping In And Out Of The Mix But Never Predominating, While Mallinder's Bass Is Barely Detectable. The Occasional Bursts Of Low, Clattering Pounding, With Cymbals If Not With Drums In The Background, Combined With The Continuing Series Of Song Samples, Arabic Wind Instruments And Snippets Recorded In A Jerusalem Market, Heightens The Enveloping, Striking Feel Of The Piece And Release As A Whole.” – Ned Raggett, All Music Guide... more details
 
Cabaret Voltaire - The Voice Of America The Voice Of America
Pop Used - LP ROUGH 11 Rough Trade
1980 Original. 1" Top Centre Seam Split, Vinyl Is Near Mint.... more details
 
Cabaret Voltaire - 2x45 2x45
Pop Used - LP ROUGH 42 Rough Trade
1982 2x12" Original In A Gimmick Fold Out Cover That Slots Together In The Back. Both Records Appear Unplayed. Cover Is VG+.... more details
 
Cabaret Voltaire - 2x45 2x45
Pop Used - 12 ROUGH 42 Rough Trade
1982 2x12" Original In A Gimmick Fold Out Cover That Slots Together In The Back. Both Records Appear Glossy, Unplayed. Nicest Copy We Have Seen Of This Rare Title.... more details
 
Cabaret Voltaire - Hai! Hai!
Pop Used - LP ROUGH US 24 Rough Trade
Beautiful 1982 Original With Insert. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Cabaret Voltaire - Mix-Up Mix-Up
Pop Used - LP ROUGH 4 Rough Trade
Rare 1979 UK Original. LP Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Cabaret Voltaire - Jazz The Glass Jazz The Glass
Pop Used - 7 RT 095 Rough Trade
1981 45rpm 7" Single Housed In A Pink Die Cut Sleeve. Vinyl Appears Glossy. Title Track B/W "Burnt To The Ground." "Porky Prime Cut" Etched In Dead Wax.... more details
 
Cabaret Voltaire - Code Code
Pop Used - LP MLT 46999 Manhattan
1987 Original. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. “1987's Code, Co-Produced By On-U Sound Mastermind Adrian Sherwood, Finds Cabaret Voltaire At Their Loosest And Most Accessible. Though Its Subject Matter Remains Dark And Paranoid, In Sound Code Is The Closest Thing CV Ever Made To A Party Record. Aided Perhaps By Sherwood's Rhythmic Expertise, It Achieved A Genuine Mechanistic Funkiness Reminiscent Of Late-'70s Kraftwerk. That Didn't Necessarily Endear It, Of Course, To Fans Of The Cabs' Harsher, More Challenging Material. Many Of Them Dismissed Code As Lightweight, But The Rest Of Us Can Find Much To Enjoy Here. "Sex, Money, Freaks" Answers The Eternal Question, What Would It Sound Like If Roger Troutman Of Zapp Joined Cabaret Voltaire? "Trouble (Won't Stop)" Dips One Toe Into The Blues, With Harmonica Making A Surprising Appearance And Bill Nelson Providing Atmospheric Guitar. Code's Most Memorable Song, Though, Is "Here To Go," A Hook-Laden And Bass-Heavy Concoction That Offers The Paradoxical Advice, "Sharpen Up, Relax/ Lighten Up, Get Serious/ Stick With It, Sit Back/ Live With It, Commit Yourself." Bill Cassel, AMG.... more details
 

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