Cabaret Voltaire ‎– Groovy, Laidback And Nasty

Parlophone ‎– 064-79 2249-1
Vinyl, LP, Album

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A1 Searchin
Producer, Composed By – Marshall JeffersonVocals – Paris Brightledge, Bob Bono*
A2 Hypnotised
Producer – Fon ForceVocals – Ten City
A3 Minute By Minute
Producer – Marshall JeffersonVocals – Marshall Jefferson, Paris Brightledge, Bob Bono*
A4 Runaway
Featuring – Herb Lawson, Steel (3)Producer – Fon ForceVocals – Ten City
B1 Keep On (I Got This Feeling)
Producer – Fon ForceVocals – Lorita Grahame
B2 Magic
Producer, Composed By – Marshall Jefferson
B3 Time Beats
Producer – Fon ForceVocals – Deborah*, Lorita Grahame
B4 Easy Life
Producer – Fon Force



Produced by Marshall Jefferson for Jeffco Music Production Company (USA).

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
PCSX 7338, 79 2249 1 Cabaret Voltaire Groovy, Laidback And Nasty(LP, Album + 12", EP + Ltd) Parlophone, Parlophone PCSX 7338, 79 2249 1 UK 1990 Sell This Version
064-79 2249-1 Cabaret Voltaire Groovy, Laidback And Nasty(LP, Album) Parlophone, EMI Dance House 064-79 2249-1 Germany 1990 Sell This Version
TC-PCS 7338 Cabaret Voltaire Groovy, Laidback And Nasty(Cass, Album) Parlophone TC-PCS 7338 UK 1990 Sell This Version
TCPCS 7338 Cabaret Voltaire Groovy, Laidback And Nasty(Cass, Album, Dol) Parlophone, Stallions Records TCPCS 7338 Saudi Arabia 1990 Sell This Version
none Cabaret Voltaire Groovy, Laidback And Nasty(Cass, Album, Promo) Parlophone none UK 1990 Sell This Version


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April 23, 2009

Firstly,listen without predudice! This is a top quality house music LP produced by THEE pioneer of house music, Mr Marshall Jefferson. House is a feeling, and these boys aint gonna mess about, they are gonna use the best. Basically what you've got to remember is that this was a massive transitional period for electronic music and as always Cabaret Voltaire were willing to push the bounderies of what they knew, and were willing to experiment with the underground producers of the time, they were willing to lay their reputation on the line and be schooled into a different way of playing with their machines. For me the outcome was stunning, sublime vocals, gorgeous analogue basslines, and rhythms to die for, you've got to stop living in the past and look to what was produced because of these halcyon days,Body and Soul, Plasticity, The Conversation, and many more RHK classics to boot. Get into it, get involed, live the Dream Brothers and Sisters, and get real...This is House, and if you don't like house, then you're listening to the wrong people, Cabaret Voltaire have always been House...Period.


July 25, 2002

Possibly the least aptly named record in the history of dance music. A collection of insipid, anonymous proto-house tunes with little character or interest. Decidedly ungroovy.