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Cabaret Voltaire - The Voice Of America album

Cabaret Voltaire - The Voice Of America album
  • Performer Cabaret Voltaire
  • Title The Voice Of America
  • Date of release 1981
  • Style Industrial
  • Other formats MPC DXD XM FLAC MP4 WAV AHX
  • Genre Electronic
  • Size MP3 1459 mb
  • Size FLAC 1892 mb
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 419

The Voice of America is the second studio album by English band Cabaret Voltaire. It was released in July 1980, through record label Rough Trade. All tracks written by Richard H. Kirk, Stephen Mallinder, Chris Watson. Trouser Press described the album as "an uneven work".

Band Name Cabaret Voltaire. Album Name The Voice of America. Labels Rough Trade Records Mute EMI Records. Music StyleExperimental Rock. Members owning this album2. 1. Voice Of America Damage Is Done. 2. Partially Submerged. 3. Kneel To The Boss. 5. This Is Entertainment. 6. If The Shadows Could March 1974. 7. Stay Out Of It. 8. Obsession. 9. News From Nowhere. Other productions from Cabaret Voltaire.

Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). 30. The Voice Of America/Damage Is Done.

Artist Album Song Title. The Voice of America Album Cover Art. Cabaret Voltaire. Cover Art. Tracklist. 12" Vinyl 1. The Voice of America, Damage Is Done.

The Voice Of America/Damage Is Done. More by Cabaret Voltaire. Electropunk to Technopop 1978-1985). Collected Works 1983 - 1985. Drinking Gasoline (remastered). More Cabaret Voltaire. Listen to Voice Of America now.

Anyway, The Voice Of America is not nearly as unlistenable as some sources would have you believe. Ever so often, a track will start out with a blast of noise that seems to be coming out of a freshly bombed electrical substation - but then it quickly subsides in favor of yet another cozy little robotic groove, going pssht-pssht (that's . soft rock ) or thwack-thwack ( C. V. hard rock ) or twang-twang (that's . Everything else is mildly cool - somewhat tame by the old Krautrock standards, and frequently spoiled by the vocals (I think the album would have worked better as a completely instrumental set, but I guess those brutal young punk intonations were very much a genre convention around 1980), but not without its own bit of decadent-robotic charm.

Cabaret Voltaire were a British music group from Sheffield, England.