Propaganda ‎– 1234

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1 Vicious Circle
Piano – Juergen Dahmen*Synthesizer [Fairlight] – Andy RichardsVoice – Susanne Freytag
4:53
2 Heaven Give Me Words
Backing Vocals – Betsi Miller, Howard JonesEngineer – Felix KendallOrgan [Hammond], Keyboards [Cs80] – Simon ClarkProducer [Some Post Production] – William OrbitWritten-By – Jones*, Stanley*
5:10
3 Your Wildlife
Lead Guitar – Neil Taylor, Robbie MacIntosh*Written-By – Hughes*, Jones*, Stanley*
6:29
4 Only One Word
Backing Vocals – Betsi MillerBass – David PatonGuitar – Andy RossLead Guitar – Dave Gilmour*
5:48
5 How Much Love
Rhythm Guitar – Ross Cullum
5:54
6 Vicious (Reprise) 1:32
7 Ministry Of Fear
Bass [Solo] – Pino PalladinoDrums [Rhythm] – Chris HughesPiano – Juergen Dahmen*Rhythm Guitar – Neil TaylorVoice – Susanne Freytag
7:21
8 Wound In My Heart
Engineer – Martin Webster*Guitar – Andy RossSaxophone [Soprano Sax] – Mel CollinsSynthesizer – Greg Hawkes
5:41
9 La Carne, La Morte E Ll Diavolo
Engineer – Martin Webster*Synthesizer [Fairlight And C-lab] – Blue WeaverTrumpet – Alan Lee Kirkendale
5:50

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Recorded at:
The Wool Hall, Bath
Abbey Road Studios, London
Marcus Studios, London
Air Studios, London
The Justice Room, Cathanger
Skyline Studio, Dusseldorf

Mastered at Masterdisk Corp., New York.
Management for Stirling Artistes Management.
Cover image detail - 'Unique Forms Of Continuity In Space' by Umberto Boccioni (Tate Gallery/London).
Howard Jones appears courtesy of East West Records / Elektra Records.
Dave Gilmour appears courtesy of EMI Records / CBS Records.
Published by Virgin Music, Inc. (ASCAP) except 2 and 3 Published by Virgin Music, Inc. (ASCAP) / Virgin Songs, Inc. (BMI) / HoJo Global Music (ASCAP).
(P)(C) 1990 Virgin Records Ltd.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 7567-91375-2 4
  • Matrix / Runout: 2-91375 (V) . Mastered By Nimbus

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
CDV2625 Propaganda 1234(CD, Album) Virgin CDV2625 Europe 1990 Sell This Version
CDV2625 Propaganda 1234(CD, Album) Virgin CDV2625 UK 1990 Sell This Version
169 Propaganda 1234(Cass, Album, Unofficial) Tact 169 Poland Unknown Sell This Version
T-210706 Propaganda 1234(LP, Album) Virgin T-210706 Spain 1990 Sell This Version
VL 2625 Propaganda 1234(LP, Album) Virgin VL 2625 Canada 1990 Sell This Version

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gerhval

gerhval

January 8, 2010
edited over 7 years ago

What a disapointment!
After Propaganda's first album A Secret Wish, which is a truly masterpiece, my expectations were really high on this new album.
Where is the electronic sound on this album?
Where are the dark twisted lirycs?
Where is the dark tone present in all A Secret Wish?
outcastRUS

outcastRUS

February 21, 2004

This record is truly brilliant. It combines the best in melodic approach to pop and uses previous experience of Propaganda with electronic instruments. The vocals of this new girl are just amazing. I've been listening to it since its release and up to this time (2004) and still enjoy it immensely.

I only wish there were more albums like this.