Cabaret Voltaire ‎– Extended Play

Label:
Rough Trade ‎– RT 003
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Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, EP
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A1 Talkover 3:22
A2 Here She Comes Now
Written-By – Lou Reed
4:30
B1 Do The Mussolini-Headkick 3:03
B2 The Set Up 4:47

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© 1978
Produced and recorded at 'Western Works' 1978.

Lacquer-cutting engineer identified by the matrix lacquer-cut.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: M.C.P.S.
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, etchings): LYN 7940-14 MAX RT-003-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, etchings): LYN 7941-14 MAX RT-003-B A PORKY PRIME CUT

Other Versions (5 of 7) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
RT 003 Cabaret Voltaire Extended Play(7", EP) Rough Trade RT 003 UK 1978 Sell This Version
RT 003 Cabaret Voltaire Extended Play(7", EP) Rough Trade RT 003 UK 1978 Sell This Version
RT 003 Cabaret Voltaire Extended Play(7", EP, RP) Rough Trade RT 003 UK 1978 Sell This Version
LTM 201 Cabaret Voltaire Extended Play(7", EP) Celluloid LTM 201 France 1979 Sell This Version
RT 003 Cabaret Voltaire Extended Play(7", EP, RE) Rough Trade RT 003 UK Unknown Sell This Version

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Brantly

Brantly

June 4, 2016
edited over 2 years ago
Caberet Voltaire's debut release helped to usher in the industrial template that would soon morph into myriad arcane directions. This first single has much of the fingerprints of contemporaries Throbbing Gristle, but the songs are slightly less damaged, and possibly even narrative (in the same way that say, Burrough's 'Naked Lunch' is narrative) in contrast to the first 2 TG LP's. The release is a formative, skeletal, unnerving and oddly inviting in its deconstructed art-marred take on deranged industrial pop music. My copy has all the requisite crackles and pops one would expect from an almost 40 year old record, which only adds to the crepitating, otherworldly nature of the release. 'Do the Mussolini' sounds a bit like if you ate a bag of psychedelic mushrooms and put an early Talking Heads record on at 20 RPM's...which is pretty amazing. A cool premiere single from a massively influential band!