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8 Comments on " Cabaret Voltaire - The Crackdown (CD, Album) "

  • `The Crackdown' marks the beginning of a new phase of Cabaret Voltaire's career, showcasing a much more streamlined and danceable sound compared to their earlier albums. A large part of this can be attributed to the departure of Chris Watson, and the absence of his layers of tape loops, distortion and white noise give the album a much "cleaner /5(21).
  • Jan 20,  · Originally released on LP and cassette in Tracks 10 to 13 originally appeared on a bonus 12" that came with the initial copies of the LP edition. Barcode and Other Identifiers Barcode (Text): 5 /5().
  • The Crackdown is the fourth studio album by Cabaret Voltaire. It was released in This is Cabaret Voltaire's first album after Chris Watson's departure. For the edition, the audio had been remastered from the original tapes/5(21).
  • One of Cabaret Voltaire 's strongest albums, The Crackdown features the band working a number of menacing electronic textures into a basic dance/funk rhythm; the result is one of their most distinctive, challenging records.9/
  • View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Crackdown on Discogs/5(21).
  • Cabaret Voltaire was the premier industrial dance band stemming out of the punk period who defined the industrial dance genre later exploited by bands such as Ministry, Nine Inch Nails, and Gravity Kills. This CD is defined by its time: a wierd paranoia of Ronald Reagan, the evil empire and speed. The band's name is taken from a dada theater work/5(8).
  • `The Crackdown' marks the beginning of a new phase of Cabaret Voltaire's career, showcasing a much more streamlined and danceable sound compared to their earlier albums. A large part of this can be attributed to the departure of Chris Watson, and the absence of his layers of tape loops, distortion and white noise give the album a much "cleaner" production/5(22).
  • May 01,  · referencing The Crackdown, LP, Album, CV 1. a landmark album for modern electronica, that also reflects certain changes in the artistic development of cabaret voltaire, but nevertheless is as radical and groundbraking as anyhting they have done before this release. applied dance-beats actually intensify the messages, moods and methods mallinder and kirk always wanted to express, a visonary album /5().