Trevor Jackson ‎– Metal Dance (Industrial Post-Punk EBM Classics & Rarities 80-88)

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The Bubblemen The Bubblemen Are Coming 5:13
400 Blows Pressure (Club Pressure) 6:31
Cabaret Voltaire Seconds Too Late 4:20
Neon Voices 3:40
Pete Shelley Witness The Change (Dub Version) 5:09
Shock (2) Dream Games 4:02
Executive Slacks The Bus 3:01
Analysis (2) Surface Tension 3:14
Nitzer Ebb Control I’m Here (Clouston’s Controlled Edit) 6:35
DAF* Brothers (Mix Gabi) 7:13
Portion Control Divided 3:25
Stanton Miranda Wheels Over Indian Trails (Dub) 4:56
Jah Wobble Invaders Of The Heart (Exotic Decadent Disco Mix) 9:03
SPK Metal Dance 7:19
Fini Tribe* De Testimony (Collapsing Edit) 3:58
Alien Sex Fiend Under The Thunder (Ignore The Dub) 6:43
Hard Corps Je Suis Passée (Dub) 5:58
Naked Lunch Slipping Again 3:56
Secession Touch (Part 4) 7:22
The Cage Featuring Nona Hendryx Do What You Wanna Do (Dub) 6:19
Yello You Gotta Say Yes To Another Excess (UK Promo 12" Version) 4:46
Severed Heads Dead Eyes Opened 6:34
John Carpenter & Alan Howarth The Duke Arrives: The Barricade - The President At The Train (12" Re-edit) 6:44
Diseño Corbusier Golpe De Amistad 3:57
Nash The Slash Womble 6:58
Ledernacken Amok! 5:57
Schlaflose Nachte* Move 4:39
23 Skidoo Coup (In The Palace) 4:07

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mikael.bystrom

mikael.bystrom

March 5, 2021
referencing Metal Dance (Industrial Post-Punk EBM Classics & Rarities 80-88), 2xCD, Comp, MP, STRUT091CD
This version of SPK's "Metal Dance" doesn't seem to at all have the same structure as the original 12" 7:27 mix: https://www.discogs.com/SPK-Metal-Dance/master/17011. I feel that one is the most outstanding version/mix and this here on this compilation is pretty lame and have inferior sound in comparison. Anyone know the history of this version on here?
mjb

mjb

June 7, 2017
referencing Metal Dance (Industrial Post-Punk EBM Classics & Rarities 80-88), 2xCD, Comp, RP, STRUT091CD
Although a lot of the tracks on here are from digital sources and sound great, there's also a handful of overly declicked vinyl transfers. For example, if you know what the title track (SPK's "Metal Dance") is supposed to sound like, you'll wonder how they could have possibly destroyed the kick drum and hi-hat attacks so badly without anyone noticing. Top-notch selection of tracks though!
pocketmeats

pocketmeats

December 9, 2015
referencing Metal Dance (Industrial Post-Punk EBM Classics & Rarities 80-88), 2xLP, Comp, STRUT091LP

Repressed! Up for pre-order on Norman Records (due in 11th December)...