Pink Industry ‎– New Naked Technology 2010 Remasters

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Wave Records (4) ‎– W018-S
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CD, Compilation, Remastered
DVD, Compilation, NTSC
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Tracklist

01 What I Wouldn't Give
02 Don't Let Go 12" Version
03 Extreme
04 Enjoy The Pain
05 State Of Grace
06 Pain Of Pride
07 New Aims
08 Ticket To Heaven (Remix)
09 Bound By Silence
10 Not Moving
11 Two Cultures
12 New Beginnings
13 This Is The Place
14 I Wish
15 The Corpse
16 Empty Beach
17 Walk Away
18 Stand Alone
19 No Defence
20 Cruel Garden
21 Is This The End
22 Pain Of Pride (Suck Version)
23 What I Wouldn´t Give (Mix 1995)
24 The Corpse (Absolute Version)
DVD-01 Is This The End (Live)
DVD-02 Walk Away (Live)
DVD-03 The Corpse (Live)
DVD-04 Bound By Silence (Live)
DVD-05 Send Them Away (Live)
DVD-06 Empty Beach (Live)
DVD-07 What I Wouldn't Give (Live)
DVD-08 Don't Let Go (Live)
DVD-09 Extreme (Live)
DVD-10 Enjoy The Pain (Live)
DVD-11 What I Wouldn't Give (Video Clip)
DVD-12 Stand Alone (Video Clip)
DVD-13 Bound By Silence (Video Clip)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7898237389929

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
W018 Pink Industry New Naked Technology 2010 Remasters(CD, Comp, RM) Wave Records (4) W018 Brazil 2010 Sell This Version
W018-LTD Pink Industry New Naked Technology 2010 - Collector's Edition(2xCD, Comp, RM + DVD, Comp, NTSC + Ltd) Wave Records (4) W018-LTD Brazil 2010 Sell This Version
W018-Box Limited Edition Pink Industry New Naked Technology 2010 - Collector's Edition(2xCD, Comp, RM + DVD, Comp, NTSC + Ltd) Wave Records (4) W018-Box Limited Edition Brazil 2010 Sell This Version

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mickymike

mickymike

June 7, 2010
edited over 8 years ago

Great compilation... and not just a clone of the earlier "Museum Obscuro" (1995) release, as some brilliant exclusive additions to be had here... plus the CD (in particular) has been totally remastered, with the highest quality control levels in place... hence emitting a very satisfying audio experience.

The DVD however is another story... although a particularly rare Live gig, taken from 1984 (Manchester), the grading quality as you probably can imagine is very average... the sound/audio is taken from the camera microphone, not the desk, and there are many many glitches all the way though it... but if your a devoted fan of the band (like me), then you'll probably be able to overlook this detail and simply enjoy the video based on the merits of it's rarity status... Oh yes, there's also 3 brilliant Bonus video clips to sink your teeth into, one of which is; "What I Wouldn´t Give" ...taken from the ultra rare 'Suck' video (VHS) compilation, which alone makes this piece of classic Synth-Pop/New-Wave history essential, and a must have for any avid fan!

All in all this package is a great own, as well as sits perfectly to complete any good 'Pink Industry' collection... Enjoy!