Wall Of Voodoo ‎– Dark Continent / Call Of The West

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Raven Records ‎– RVCD-309
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Tracklist

Dark Continent
1 Red Light 3:05
2 Two Minutes To Lunch 3:08
3 Animal Day 3:11
4 Full Of Tension 2:12
5 Me And My Dad 3:19
6 Back In The Flesh 3:40
7 Tsetse Fly 4:40
8 Call Box (1-2-3) 2:32
9 This Way Out 3:55
10 Good Times 2:28
11 Crack The Bell 3:31
Call Of The West
12 Tomorrow 3:01
13 Lost Weekend 4:56
14 Factory 5:33
15 Look At Their Way 3:18
16 Hands Of Love 3:50
17 Mexican Radio 4:07
18 Spy World 2:40
19 They Don't Want Me 4:29
20 On Interstate 15 2:43
21 Call Of The West 5:55

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All tracks licensed courtesy of EMI Music Australia Pty Ltd

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 612657030929
  • Matrix / Runout: REGENCY MEDIA 122906.1 RVCD-309 P64737
  • Mastering SID Code: ifpi LN96
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 6Z10

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shoestringrecords

shoestringrecords

June 27, 2011
While I don't own this CD, I'll still add my two cents on these two albums. Before the release of this CD, "Dark Continent" was out of print on CD and fetching crazy money online. ("Call of the West" has always stayed in print, thanks to "Mexican Radio").

"Dark Continent" is a great album (at least the parts that I like), and I strongly recommend the Index Masters CD that complies the early WOV EP's, as it contains great live versions of a lot of "Dark Continent" tracks.

"Call of the West" was many people's introduction to WOV, due in no small part to "Mexican Radio". When this album was released, WOV Phase 1 ended, Stan Ridgeway left, and they dragged Andy Prieboy in to sing on a few more albums, changing from their early Morricone meets post punk to a heavier sound (not quite hard rock, but close to it, at times)

WOV still need a career spanning compilation, which they deserve.