In Strict Confidence ‎– Utopia

Golden Core ‎– GCR 20073-2
CD, Album, Super Jewel Box


1 Morpheus 5:50
2 Tiefer 4:29
3 Justice 4:38
4 Forever And More 4:35
5 Archangel 3:52
6 Irgendwo Im Nirgendwo 5:30
7 Being Born 4:19
8 Karasevdah 3:12
9 Silver Tongues 4:40
10 Silver Bells 5:04
11 She Came With Knives 5:24

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Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Printed): 0 90204 636167
  • Barcode (Scanned): 090204636167
  • Rights Society: BIEM/AUME
  • Matrix / Runout: ZYX Music GCR20073-2 15 A00
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L555
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 94W6
  • Label Code: LC 06350

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
GCR 20073D-2 In Strict Confidence Utopia(CD, Album + CD, Enh + Dlx, A5 ) Golden Core GCR 20073D-2 Germany 2012 Sell This Version
GCR 20073-2 In Strict Confidence Utopia(CD, Album, Promo) Golden Core GCR 20073-2 Germany 2012 Sell This Version


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September 25, 2013
edited over 3 years ago
After the brilliant "La Parade Monstrueuse", this seems to be an average and uninspired work.
Even some previous bonus tracks ("Am Abgrund", "I'm a God") sound far better than most tracks of this album. I'm pretty sure that Dennis can do better than that, and still wondering why he insists to use the same above average female vocalist for his works. The fact that Michael Cretu made his wife a pop idol, doesn't mean that anyone can do it.

Highlights: Karasevdah, Justice


June 12, 2013

Bands evolve and change over time. ISC has been progressing toward this album’s symphonic EBM/Electro-Goth/Industrial aural assault since Mistrust… While some cannot keep up with a band’s members growing and changing, I welcome it in this case. The production values are first rate, and I love the ethereal yet powerful vocals. If you haven’t heard them since Paradise, try a few earlier albums so you can see the progression of ISC’s sound. This band is highly underrated and this album is close to being a masterpiece.


January 1, 2013

i was wondering myself that this band still exists after the last releases...
with more annoying female vocals and the main singer got more annoying as well. what is ISC now? i dunno why this name is still carried over, it's nothing it once was. sounding like copying the bad sides of new pop, electro acts and mangling it to something themselves which sounds nothing better at all.

a shame for the old releases.