23 Oct 2013
#8385 Collected Works 1983-1985 Ltd Edition 
#8385 Collected Works 1983-1985 (Ltd Edition)

A special limited edition of 500 copies signed by Richard H. Kirk of Cabaret Voltaire's new retrospective #8385 Collected Works 1983-1985 is now available to pre-order ahead of its 4 November 2013 release.

Contents include:

4 vinyl LP albums (The Crackdown, Micro-Phonies, Drinking Gasoline, The Covenant The Sword and the Arm of the Lord)
6 CDs (The Crackdown, Mirco-Phonies, Drinking Gasoline, The Covenant The Sword and the Arm of the Lord plus a CD of 12" mixes and an unreleased CD called Earthshaker - The Lost Soundtrack)
2 DVDs - 2 live shows and Gasoline In Your Eye
40-page 12"-sized booklet with extensive and exclusive sleeve notes from typographer Phil Barnes and Richard H. Kirk and a synopsis on Earthshaker.

All of the audio has been remastered from the original master tapes and over seen by Richard H. Kirk.

The pre-order price is 139.99 GBP via shop.cabaret-voltaire.net

Stand by for #7885 (Electro Punk to Techno Pop 1978-1985 in 2014!

1. Micro-Phonies

Do Right
The Operative
Digital Rasta
Spies In The Wires
Theme From Earthshaker
James Brown
Slammer
Blue Heat
Sensoria

2. Drinking Gasoline

Kino
Sleepwalking
Big Funk
Ghost Talk

3. The Crackdown + EP

24-24
In The Shadows
Talking Time
Animation
Over And Over
Just Fascination
Why Kill Time (When You Can Kill Yourself)
Haiti
Crackdown
Diskono
Theme From Doublevision
Moscow
Badge Of Evil

4. The Covenant, The Sword And The Arm Of The Lord

L21ST
I Want You
Hells Home
Kickback
The Arm Of The Lord
Warm
Golden Halos
Motion Rotation
Whip Blow
The Web

5. Cabaret Voltaire 83-85 12" As and Bs

Just Fascination (12" Version)
Crackdown (12)
The Dream Ticket (12" Version)
Sensoria (12" Version)
James Brown (12" Version)
I Want You (12" Version)
Safety Zone (12" Version)
Cut The Damn Camera (12" Version)
Bad Self Pt.1 (12" Version)
Drink Your Poison (12" Version)
COMA (12" Version)

6. Earthshaker

Earthshaker 5
Earthshaker 1
Theme From Earthshaker (Sheffield Mix)
Digital Rasta (Dub Version)
Earthshaker 3
Whip Blow (Instrumental Dub)
James Brown (Instrumental)
Golden Halos (Instrumental Dub)
Earthshaker 2
Cut The Damn Camera (Sheffield Mix)
Do Right (Cut Up Mix)
Earthshaker 4

7. DVD1

Bedford Boys Club 18.08.84
Intro
Crackdown
Sensoria
Just Fascination
Safety Zone
Ghost Talk
Digital Rasta
Kino
Do right
Hammersmith Palais 02.12.84
Mao Intro
Animation
Big Funk
Sensoria
Digital Rasta
Japno
Ghost Talk
Sleepwalking
Kino
Do Right

8. DVD2

Gasoline In Your Eye
Introduction
Crackdown
Diffusion
Sleepwalking
Slow Boat To Thassos
Sensoria
Automotivation
Big Funk
Kino
Ghostalk
Fadeout

DVD Extras

Just Fascination 7" Mix
Sensoria 7" Mix
I Want You 7" Mix
I Want You 12" Mix

A regular boxed set which omits the vinyl albums and isn't signed or limited editions is priced 99.99 is also available.

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1 Comments:

Anonymous David Gerard said...

Surprised the Blue Heat 12" mix (which was on the regular CD of Micro-Phonies) is missing.

24/10/2013, 08:08

 

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