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Easy Life - Cabaret Voltaire - Groovy, Laidback And Nasty (Cassette)

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Label: Parlophone - 264-7922494 • Format: Cassette Stereo Dolby System - XDR • Country: Europe • Genre: Electronic • Style: House, Techno, Deep House


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8 thoughts on “ Easy Life - Cabaret Voltaire - Groovy, Laidback And Nasty (Cassette)

  1. Tar
    This was followed by the house-influenced Groovy, Laidback & Nasty in A series of completely instrumental works under the Cabaret Voltaire name was released on Instinct Records in and The last Cabaret Voltaire release to feature Mallinder on vocals was the Body and Soul album in
  2. Zulkishura
    Mar 03,  · From a time distance of nearly thirty years, despite its doodling factor, "Groovy, Laidback and Nasty" does possess the charm of an honest house record, the closest the duo ever got to something called "pop"/5().
  3. Samusho
    Three years after Code — by which point many had presumed the group no longer existed — Kirk and Mallinder returned with Groovy, Laidback and Nasty. Recorded partly in Chicago, the LP employs a number of co-producers and backup singers, all sorts of house-style arrangements and Mallinder’s warmest and most tuneful vocals ever; the result is an entirely updated Cabaret Voltaire.
  4. Visho
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of Groovy, Laidback And Nasty on Discogs/5(6).
  5. Digore
    Groovy, Laidback and Nasty is the ninth studio album by English electronic band Cabaret Voltaire, released in April by record label Parlophone.
  6. Kesho
    PS: CODE* and Laidback, Groovy and Nasty** were both shite though * with the rider that the live versions of many of the songs were ridiculously brilliant - Adrian Sherwood is not a genius - he fucked these songs up big time. ** and the live versions on .
  7. Zulukora
    Sep 17,  · Groovy, Laidback & Nasty is really, really bad. It is hard to believe it is the same band that put out Voice Of America (or Micro-Phonies-era stuff for that matter). Code has its moments, but is too slick. It sounds a lot more dated than their early stuff. I think my favorite CV discs are Listen Up With Cabaret Voltaire. There is a mix of some.
  8. Faesida
    Sep 30,  · Sheffield mould-breaker and Cabaret Voltaire founder Richard H Kirk set up Intone 20 years ago, releasing dub-influenced post-Voltaire electronic pop. Now he finally gives fans what they want with these collected Cabaret live recordings , showing a more volatile, experimental side to the group, and the direction they may have gone in had.

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