Electribe 101 ‎– Electribal Memories

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Tracklist

Talking With Myself 4:07
Lipstick On My Lover 6:22
You're Walking (Peeping Tom Mix) 6:03
Inside Out 5:59
Diamond Dove 7:51
Heading For The Night 4:09
Tell Me When The Fever Ended 4:43
Talking 2 6:05

Versions (8)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
842 965-1 Electribe 101 Electribal Memories(LP, Album) Mercury 842 965-1 UK 1990 Sell This Version
842 965-2 Electribe 101 Electribal Memories(CD, Album) Mercury 842 965-2 UK & Europe 1990 Sell This Version
PHCR-1035 Electribe 101 Electribal Memories(CD, Album) Mercury PHCR-1035 Japan 1990 Sell This Version
842 965-4 Electribe 101 Electribal Memories(Cass, Album) Mercury 842 965-4 UK 1990 Sell This Version
842 965-4 Electribe 101 Electribal Memories(Cass, Album) Mercury 842 965-4 UK 1990 Sell This Version
842 965-1 Electribe 101 Electribal Memories(LP, Album) Mercury 842 965-1 Europe 1990 Sell This Version
554 185 2 Electribe 101 Featuring Billie Ray Martin Electribe 101 Featuring Billie Ray Martin - The Best Of(CD, Album, RE) Spectrum Music (2) 554 185 2 UK & Europe 1997 Sell This Version
538 050-2 Electribe 101 Electribal Memories(CD, RE) Mercury, Manifesto 538 050-2 UK 1998 Sell This Version

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ckkdragon

ckkdragon

May 26, 2013
referencing Electribal Memories, CD, Album, 842 965-2

Certainly one of the best albums of the past 10 years!
The beautiful and sinuous voice of Billie Ray Martin blends completely with the sonorities created by the group, and guides you on a fantastic journey in a hyperspace without musical boundaries and barriers.
The title track "Talking with myself" is definitely the climax of the entire album, but "Tell me when the fever ended", "Lipstick on my lover", "Inside Out" or the wonderful "Talking" definitely worth the purchase of this album.
CRUSHTRASH

CRUSHTRASH

February 18, 2009
referencing Electribal Memories, CD, Album, PHCR-1035
The definitive CD version of this album, including a good selection of original 12" versions (including the brilliant Corporate Def mix of "You're Walking"). Track 12 is actually an edit of the second UK 12" After Dark Vocal Mix (which was nearer 8 minutes long), but it keeps the essence of this remix in slightly longer form than the available 7" edit.

"Talking With Myself" is the classic, ofcourse, featured here in 3 different forms, and it's nice to get the album's title track, as it only appeared as a 12" b-side originally. OK, it's not a classic track, but it does sit well here.

This album still sounds remarkably fresh today, possibly due to the careful production and emphasis on strong melodies laid over often sparse backing tracks. Well worth a listen.