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The Arm Of The Lord - Cabaret Voltaire

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    Cabaret Voltaire's 1985 album, The Arm Of The Lord, hits on American idealism with a hard edged sampler heavy sound. The duo retains an earthy analog sound with synth lines and sound bytes. The album is their seventh record and it's original title was shortened for it's US release. It's original title was The Covenant, The Sword And The Arm Of The Lord. The record charted to #57 in the UK. The band featured sound bytes from TV and films as well as a Charles Manson interview. The main members of the band, Stephen Mallinder and Richard H. Kirk, had their share of controversial issues that had to be worked out between the band and the record label.
    Track Listings:
    A1 L21st 5:33
    A2 I Want You 5:23
    A3 Hells Home 5:01
    A4 Kickback 6:18
    A5 The Arm Of The Lord 1:44
    B1 Warm 3:27
    B2 Golden Halos 5:13
    B3 Motion Rotation 4:03
    B4 Whip Blow 5:03
    B5 The Web 5:27
    Total Time: 69:40
    Artist Name(s):
    Stephen Mallinder, Richard H. Kirk
    Cabaret Voltaire
    Release Year: 1985
    Industrial, Synth-Pop
    Album Type:
    Cassette, Compact Disc, LP 33 1/3
    Cover & Packge Design:
    Neville Brody, R.H. Kirk
    Studio Name:
    Western Works
    Label / Publishing
    Label Name:
    Caroline Records
    Catalog Number(s):
    CAROL MC1331
    Sheffield, England
    Editions / Reissues
    1. CV 3 UK 1985
    2. Virgin, Some Bizzare CV3 Australia 1985
    3. Virgin VL 2344 Canada 1985
    4. Jugoton CAVIRG 9165 Yugoslavia 1985
    5. Caroline Records CAROL MC1331 US 1985
    Synthesizers Used
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