Virna Lindt ‎– Shiver

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Les Disques Du Crépuscule ‎– TWI 195, The Compact Organization ‎– TWI 195
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2 × Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue
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A1 Shiver 2:59
A2 I Experienced Love 4:15
A3 Pillow Talk 4:13
A4 Swedish Modern 1:23
A5 I Beat The System 2:00
A6 The Dossier On Virna Lindt 3:55
B1 Attention Stockholm 4:07
B2 Underwater Boy 6:18
B3 Letter to Sergei 5:31
B4 Intelligence 4:40
C1 The Windmills Of Your Mind
Written-By – Alan & Marilyn Bergman, Michel Legrand
2:18
C2 Model Agent 3:47
C3 Young & Hip 3:00
C4 Man Talk 2:57
C5 Groom 3:15
C6 Episode 1 2:50
D1 Attention Stockholm (Inst.) 4:19
D2 Shiver (Inst.) 3:13
D3 The Dossier On Virna Lindt (inst.) 4:08
D4 I Beat The System (Inst.) 3:45
D5 Underwater Boy (Reprise) 2:50

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Gatefold sleeve,
Free digital copy available by writing an e-mail to the label ("code" given on the cover).

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  • Barcode (Text): 7 08527 17070 0

Other Versions (5 of 11) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
COMP 4 Virna Lindt Shiver(LP, Album) The Compact Organization COMP 4 UK 1984 Sell This Version
206 467 Virna Lindt Shiver(LP, Album) The Compact Organization 206 467 Europe 1984 Sell This Version
COMP 4 Virna Lindt Shiver(LP, Album) The Compact Organization COMP 4 Scandinavia 1984 Sell This Version
none Virna Lindt Shiver(Cass, Album, Promo) The Compact Organization none UK 1984 Sell This Version
L25P1189 Virna Lindt Shiver(LP) Polydor L25P1189 Japan 1984 Sell This Version

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thedavidovitch

thedavidovitch

January 5, 2018
So often when I acquire infamous musical curios, they disappoint a little. They're enjoyable as period pieces, or they have a couple of good tracks, but that's about it. I just picked up the vinyl of this newly re-released piece of 80s art-pop, and it is SUBLIME. It totally works as an album, and Lindt has such a clear vision of what she was doing. She hugely predates the retro fascination of the 60s that kicked off again in the 90s and the whole loungecore movement, as well as bands like St Etienne. I really can't recommend it highly enough.