CABARET VOLTAIRE

Hai!

(Rough Trade) Used LP $10.00

Recorded live in Tokyo in 1982. Sparse rhythms and dark, abrasive montages, loops and samples of found sounds. The material is less raw and fragmented than the band’s initial punk releases, but the rhythmic component is still central to the equation. U.S. pressing from 1982

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Johnny Yesno

(Doublevision) Used LP $5.00 (Out-of-stock)

Beautifully echoed, broodingly psychotic, morally compromised atmospheres that bridge the paranoid bricolage of their early records and the increasingly minimalist, dancefloor-conscious rhythms of latter era.

CABARET VOLTAIRE

Radiation

(Get Back ) Used LP $20.00

Mid-1980s BBC recordings from the godfathers of electro-industrial; arrangements are stripped down to a barebones, minimalist approach that is harder and funkier than the studio album cuts from three period. Includes three tracks from nowhere else in the Cabaret Voltaire discography. 2001 pressing

CABARET VOLTAIRE

Three Crepuscule Tracks

(Rough Trade) Used 12-inch $10.00

“In transition between the found-vocals / art-noise period and a commitment to dance-floor electronics,” notes Trouser Press, “ ‘Sluggin’ fer Jesus (Part One)’ is a masterful combination of the two, as a right-wing TV preacher demands large cash contributions over a powerful, trance-inducing synth beat.” U.S. pressing from 1981

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Three Mantras

(Rough Trade) Used LP $15.00

Two sidelong pieces that expand the trio’s avant-electronic-grunge into trancier realms. The alien feeling at the core of Cabaret Voltaire remains, though, strong and strange as always. 1980 pressing