24 Feb 2013
Cabaret Voltaire Live in London dvd 
The Store For Music presents a dvd of Cabaret Voltaire performing live at the Town and Country Club in London in 1992. Many of the tracks performed are given unique twists and the disc also features excerpts of snippets of Steve Lamacq interviewing both Richard H. Kirk and Stephen Mallinder. 'Live from London' is available to buy now priced GBP 10.99.

Cabaret Voltaire Live in London DVD


1. Taxi Mutant
2. Night Rider (Version)
3. The Message (Version)
4. Low Cool
5. Plasticity 6 (Version)
6. Invisible Generation (Version)


Title: Live From London
Format: DVD
Label: The Store For Music Ltd
Catalogue number: SFMDVD129



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