Various ‎– The Tyranny Of The Beat - Original Soundtracks From The Grey Area

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1 SPK Inflagranto Delicto
Producer, Written-By – Graeme RevellVocals – Jan Thornton
5:03
2 Throbbing Gristle See You Are (Recorded Live At The Factory. Manchester, 19 May 1979)
Composed By, Performer – TG*
7:11
3 Cabaret Voltaire Automotivation
Producer – Cabaret VoltaireWritten-By – Kirk*, Mallinder*
6:00
4 Chris Carter (2) Solidit (Edit)
Producer, Edited By – Chris Carter (2)Written-By – C. Carter*
3:31
5 Die Krupps Wahre Arbeit, Wahrer Lohn
Producer – Krupps*, Lambertz*Written-By – Malaka*, Engler*, Dorper*
5:32
6 Deutsch Amerikanische Freundschaft Co Co Pina
Engineer – C. Plank*Producer – DAF*
3:23
7 Einstürzende Neubauten Tanz Debil
Producer, Written-By – Einstürzende Neubauten
3:19
8 NON Cruenta Voluptas
Written-By – Boyd Rice
1:57
9 Can Oh Yeah
Producer, Written-By – Can
7:19
10 Wire Our Swimmer (Recorded Live At The Notre Dame Hall, July 1979)
Mixed By – Eddie (8)Written-By – Gilbert*, Newman*, Lewis*, Gotobed*
2:56
11 Swell Maps Midget Submarines
Producer – Swell MapsWritten-By – Sudden*
4:38
12 The Boys Next Door Shivers
Producer – The Boys Next DoorWritten-By – Rowland S. Howard
4:30
13 Dome Cruel When Complete
Producer – B.C. Gilbert*, G. Lewis*Voice – A.M.C.*Written-By – A.M.C.*, Gilbert*
3:13
14 Monte Cazazza Candy Man
Producer – Sinclair/BrooksWritten-By – Monte Cazazza
2:33
15 The Hafler Trio A Thirsty Fish / The Dirty Fire
Producer, Written-By – The Hafler Trio
6:14
16 Loop (3) Collision
Producer – Loop (3)Written-By – Loop (3), Josh Hampson AKA Robert*
3:28
17 Fad Gadget Collapsing New People
Producer – Daniel Miller, Frank Tovey, Gareth JonesWritten-By – Frost*, Rogers*, Simmonds*, Tovey*, Cash*
4:20

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Printed on spine: 9 61237-2
Printed on CD: 61237-2

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7 2459-61237 2 0
  • Barcode (Scanned): 7 24596123720
  • Matrix / Runout: 2 61237-2 SRC+01 M1S1

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A GREY 1 Various The Tyranny Of The Beat - Original Soundtracks From The Grey Area(CD, Comp) The Grey Area A GREY 1 UK 1991 Sell This Version
A GREY 1V, 9 61244, 9 61237-2, 61244 Various The Tyranny Of The Beat - Original Soundtracks From The Grey Area Limited Edition CD + Video(CD, Comp + VHS, Mono, NTSC + Box, Ltd) The Grey Area, The Grey Area, Mute, Mute A GREY 1V, 9 61244, 9 61237-2, 61244 US 1991 Sell This Version
61244 Various The Tyranny Of The Beat: Original Soundtracks From The Grey Area(VHS, Mono, RE, NTSC) Elektra 61244 US 1991 Sell This Version
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A GREY 1V, 9 61244, 9 61237-2, 61244 Various The Tyranny Of The Beat - Original Soundtracks From The Grey Area Limited Edition CD + Video(CD, Comp + VHS, Mono, PAL + Box, Ltd) The Grey Area, The Grey Area, Mute, Mute A GREY 1V, 9 61244, 9 61237-2, 61244 UK 1991 Sell This Version

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Disco2000-a2h

Disco2000-a2h

June 19, 2018
Would Any one has this with A DVD Set as this one has Extra Tracks on this release
ultramouse

ultramouse

July 24, 2003
This is an absolutely fascinating way to get yourself started into abstract/industrial music of the late 70s/early 80s (exluding Can, whose track is a good bit older). <B>SPK</B> delivers some dark gothic ambience, much preferable to their later synth-pop stuff for Nettwerk. <b>Throbbing Gristle</b> is pain, as expected. <b>Cabaret Voltaire</b>, the longest lasting and possibly best of the Industrial bands, gets things moving with their trademark make-you-dance while disturbing you sound. <B>DAF</B> gives some insight into where EBM really came from, as do <B>Die Krupps</B> on possibly the most surprising track for anyone who's ever heard their more recent stuff. We also get absolute classics from <B>Neubauten</b> and <b>Fad Gadget</b>, who delivers the most charmingly revelation of the ridiculousness of industrial club culture before most of its current denizens were born. The more "rock"-esque acts serve as the completion of the lesson of how current industrial and experimental music evolved, the best offering being from <B>Wire</B>. Fans of the Birthday Party may be disappointed by predecessor <B>The Boys Next Door</b>, who have yet to realize their power. Overall, a great record for newcomers as well as anyone looking for some standout tracks from all the favorites.