Axel Bauer ‎– Cargo

Label:
Vogue ‎– 101842, Mondio Music ‎– 101842
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Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, Single, Paper Labels
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Tracklist

A Cargo 4:45
B Cargo (Re-Mix) 4:10

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Credits

Notes

Clothes by Jean-Paul Gaultier

Back cover:
Produit par Michel Eli, Philippe Missir pour Caramel
Texte reproduit avec l'aimable autoriation des Editions Caramel

On center labels : Made in France

Cargo has moulded labels

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: SACEM SACD SDRM SGDL
  • Price Code: VG 108
  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped on runout area side A&B): MPPV
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1: Hand etched on runout area side A): 101842 A6
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1: Hand etched on runout area side B): 101842 B4
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2: Hand etched on runout area side A): 101842 A⁵ ③
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2: Hand etched on runout area side B): 101842 B²

Other Versions (5 of 11) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
311017 Axel Bauer Cargo(12", Single, Ltd) Vogue, Mondio Music, Vogue Productions 311017 France 1983 Sell This Version
311017 Axel Bauer Cargo(12", Single, Ltd) Vogue, Mondio Music 311017 France 1983 Sell This Version
100·18·013 Axel Bauer Cargo(7", Single) Vogue 100·18·013 Germany 1984 Sell This Version
101842 Axel Bauer Cargo(7", Single, Inj) Mondio Music 101842 France 1983 Sell This Version
INT 10589 Axel Bauer Cargo(7") CGD INT 10589 Italy 1984 Sell This Version

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BomberOne

BomberOne

July 28, 2006
edited over 12 years ago
It's hard to express how much this record was a blast back then. Perhaps it was because of the moisty video-clip by Jean-Baptiste Mondino (now a classic 80' visual icon), perrhaps the obsessive synth line, or simply the sensual energy that Axel Bauer put in his words.
Of course, the references to Jean Genet, and the sailor universe inspired by the "Querelle" movie made it iconic within the gay community, but this strange mix of synth pop, soft rock and "Chanson Française" was in itself a truly strange and appealing object.