G.O.* ‎– Remember

Tesco Organisation ‎– TESCO 067
2 × CD, Album, Reissue, Remastered


1-1 Dogday 5:32
1-2 Patria Y Libertad 5:14
1-3 Burn 4:40
1-4 1...2 Tod 6:32
1-5 Mind Control 5:28
1-6 Slap In Your Face 4:39
1-7 Death Is Looking For Him 2:53
1-8 Und Sie Hatten Noch Die Frechheit Zu Weinen 4:59
1-9 Death To China III 4:40
1-10 Intro 1:14
1-11 Vive La Guerre 5:32
1-12 Klaus Barbie 6:13
1-13 WPF 10:12
2-1 God Sent Us 6:21
2-2 Hail Amerika 4:46
2-3 Justice 6:30
2-4 Painful Corpse 4:31
2-5 John Birch Society 3:43
2-6 Intro 2:29
2-7 Klan Kountry 6:18
2-8 City Breed 5:00
2-9 We Grow 5:24
2-10 No Return 3:09
2-11 GOVC 6:04
2-12 Warmth Of The Earth 5:03
2-13 Harmony 5:42
2-14 Killing Cause 5:30



10th anniversary reissue with bonus material.

Also available as 3 LP-box.

Released in a hard cover gatefold sleeve.

Thanks to Jerome Nougaillon, Markus Sterner, all known/unknown photographers and all who made these events possible.

Other Versions (4 of 4) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
TESCO 032 Genocide Organ Remember(2xLP, Album, Ltd, Num) Tesco Organisation TESCO 032 Germany 1997 Sell This Version
TESCO 067 G.O.* Remember(3xLP, RE, RM + Box, Ltd, Num) Tesco Organisation TESCO 067 Germany 2007 Sell This Version
TESCO 067 Genocide Organ Remember(27xFile, MP3, 320) Tesco Organisation TESCO 067 Germany 2013
TESCO 032 Genocide Organ Remember(2xLP, Album, Ltd, Num, Met) Tesco Organisation TESCO 032 Germany 1997 Sell This Version


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January 21, 2015
edited over 2 years ago

Incredibly dark, heavy, nihilist masterpiece. I'm generally not a huge fan of Power Electronics, but this transcends the genre in many ways. This noise is much more buried in effects than most, adding to the creepy atmosphere. Highly recommended to anyone who likes noisy/heavy/dark music of any kind. If Power Electronics has a Dark Side of the Moon, this is certainly a contender. 5/5


June 7, 2008
As expected, this is not just a cheap recycling move,
but a nicely packaged memory, looking back at a couple
of decades of Genocide Organ.

I for one am impressed and therefore very happy with
the sound quality of this double CD. While it is still
live tracks, in the case of Genocide Organ it mostly
doesn't matter too much. ;) The remastering is bliss,
and the availability of all this music is, to me, a
sign of respect towards the GO user base. (I guess I'm
not the only one hesitating to spend so much money
on the original LP's).

As for the tracks, nothing new to those people aware
of this intriguing project.

Summarizing: a well-produced, clear and enjoyable
overview of the GO discography, as brought live at
various locations all over Europe. Also, buy it. :)