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BerlinPleasure Victim

Label:M.A.O. Records – Enigma 3, Enigma (4) – Enigma 3
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Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:US
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Genre:Electronic, Rock
Style:New Wave, Synth-pop

Tracklist

A1Tell Me Why
A2Pleasure Victim
A3Sex (I'm A...)
RemixThe Maomen
B1Masquerade
RemixThe Maomen
B2The Metro
B3World Of Smiles
B4Torture
RemixThe Maomen
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Credits

Notes

Produced for M.A.O. Records

"BAD JOKES, YOU FOOL" on the run-out groove refers to the "BJs" credit for Terri Nunn.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout A): MECHANICALLY AIDED ORGASMS ENIGMA 3A S-9427
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout B): BAD JOKES, YOU FOOL ENIGMA 3B S-9428

Other Versions (5 of 68)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Pleasure Victim (LP, Album)Mercury, M.A.O. Records6302 236Netherlands1982
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Pleasure Victim (LP, Album)Mercury6302 236Germany1982
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Pleasure Victim (LP, Album, Stereo)Mercury6302 236Australia1982
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Pleasure Victim (LP, Album)Mercury25PP-82Japan1982
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Pleasure Victim (LP, Album)Mercury6302 236New Zealand1982

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Reviews

  • rhenneberger's avatar
    rhenneberger
    Edited 2 years ago
    my original press is on quiex translucent vinyl its dead quiet ,and this is prolly the best press there is of this record
    • Jarren's avatar
      Jarren
      Edited 11 years ago
      There has been some mention of the tracks on this original Enigma release varying slightly from the Geffen issue.

      Having listened to both copies, I can confirm that the only discernible difference is with The Metro. It is the original 7" M.A.O. version (with the kick drum intro faded in).

      Other than that, the album is pretty much identical to the later Geffen issue. I'm not disappointed in discovering this, but it does make me question what "differences" others were speaking of.

      Basically, unless you're a hardcore Berlin fan you aren't missing out by having the Geffen issue.

      Oh, and finally just a bit of trivia:

      The album cover image is a still from the original M.A.O. video for The Metro (with Terri wearing a black glove) and the image of John Crawford on the back is a still from Farenheit's video of Dancing In Berlin.

      Both videos are very rare, but have recently surfaced on Youtube.

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