Front 242 ‎– Moments... 1

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Alfa Matrix ‎– AM2120DCD
Format:
2 × CD, Album
Box Set, Limited Edition
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Tracklist

Green 1:11:07
1-1 Happiness 7:12
1-2 Body To Body 4:10
1-3 U-Men 2:57
1-4 Lovely Day 4:07
1-5 Religion 3:35
1-6 Welcome To Paradise 4:38
1-7 Commando Mix 7:10
1-8 Funkahdafi 3:30
1-9 7Rain 3:44
1-10 Until Death 3:24
1-11 Moldavia 3:34
1-12 Together 4:21
1-13 Im Rhythmus Bleiben 3:56
1-14 Headhunter 4:24
1-15 Operating Tracks 4:11
1-16 Punish Your Machine 6:14
Red 1:09:36
2-1 First In First Out 4:52
2-2 No Shuffle 3:49
2-3 Don't Crash 3:45
2-4 Welcome To Paradise 4:37
2-5 Commando Mix 7:34
2-6 Quite Unusual 3:47
2-7 Masterhit 3:42
2-8 Crapage 4:29
2-9 Melt 3:10
2-10 Gripped By Fear 3:30
2-11 Loud 4:17
2-12 Moldavia 3:33
2-13 Take One 4:08
2-14 Headhunter 4:09
2-15 Kampfbereit 4:28
2-16 Punish Your Machine 5:45

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Credits

Notes

Box set consists of: Both CDs mounted on the included card with tracklisting and credits, a band poster, two stickers (logo and helicopter), a button (helicopter).
As free given away the label includes in this set (but not related to Front 242) their 2008/2009 catalogue and a copy of Sounds Of The Matrix 07 compilation. Both were available with all other Alfa Matrix releases out that time.

Recorded live during the Vintage Tour 2006-2007

Special thanks to our dedicated crew Mackie / Kris Noerens / Jelle De Crock / Joris Vandamme / Etienne Auger / Sylvain Gigon / Paul Fokker / Thierry / Françoise
Thanks to our Sponsor: Roland Benelux

and for their support Goeffroy Devolder, Yves Herremans / Seba / Bernard / Benoit / Hendrick at design is dead / Fans and friends

The release was already available via the label store from the 17th July (roughly one month and a half before the official streetdate).

Track 2-3 is spelled in error as "Don't Krash" on the card that holds the discs.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text Box): 8 82951 71202 3
  • Other (Discs Manufacturer): docdata media
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1): THEE 41687
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2): THEE 41688
  • Mastering SID Code (CD1 & CD2): IFPI LL88
  • Mould SID Code (CD1 & CD2): IFPI 5231
  • Label Code: LC 14000

Other Versions (5 of 13) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
none Front 242 Moments 1(18xFile, AAC, Album, 256) Alfa Matrix none Belgium 2008
none Front 242 Moments... - Limited Edition(32xFile, FLAC, Album, RE) Alfa Matrix none Europe 2014
AM 1120 CD Front 242 Moments 1(CD, Album) Alfa Matrix AM 1120 CD Belgium Unknown Sell This Version
AM7120DLP Front 242 Moments 1(2xLP, Album, Ltd, Num) Alfa Matrix AM7120DLP Belgium 2009 Sell This Version
AM7120DLPR Front 242 Moments 1(2xLP, Album, Ltd, Red) Alfa Matrix AM7120DLPR Belgium 2009 Sell This Version

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puppyrevenge-2009

puppyrevenge-2009

February 11, 2018
I really can't stand it when ELECTRONIC music artists play live and use real drummers with tinny bland kits. This whole album could have been the definitive live album but it is utterly ruined by shit, not in the slightest bit bassy, drums. The whole sounds like its recorded from a mile away. And why sing "samples" from tunes when you don't need to. Welcome to Paradise is the worst thing I have ever heard them perform. Awful
Raiz0

Raiz0

April 20, 2017
This should be marked as a live album. I would do it but I can't seem to find the option to do it
johnnychrome

johnnychrome

December 23, 2011
good music takes time, the gary numan and kraftwerk are shining examples, sorry to say this as i would truely love to hear new music from the frontmen but i fear the music landscape has changed in so many ways that i will never feel the warm thrill i felt back in 87-88 when i first heard official version (masterhit pt 1 & 2 or quite unusual) my god the world is full dub step ha ha ha... ps: the new thomas dolby only took about 20 years, these artists will only release there shit when its great and the time is right and thomas album is excellent bro : )~