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The Voice of America - Cabaret Voltaire

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    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. Trouser Press described the album as "an uneven work". AllMusic called it "Not as spectacular as what would follow", but not without its own set of thrills."
    Track Listings:
    Side A
    1. "The Voice of America/Damage Is Done" 6:16
    2. "Partially Submerged" 3:45
    3. "Kneel to the Boss" 3:52
    4. "Premonition" 5:03

    Side B
    1. "This Is Entertainment" 5:51
    2. "If the Shadows Could March? (1974)" 0:55
    3. "Stay Out of It" 2:38
    4. "Obsession" 5:06
    5. "News From Nowhere" 2:21
    6. "Messages Received" 3:16
    Artist Name(s):
    Richard H. Kirk – guitar, wind instruments
    Stephen Mallinder – vocals, bass guitar, electronic percussion
    Chris Watson – synthesizers, tapes
    Haydn Boyes Weston – drums
    Producer(s):
    Cabaret Voltaire
    Release Year: 1980
    Style:
    Experimental
    Album Type:
    Studio
    Formats:
    Compact Disc, LP 33 1/3
    Cover & Packge Design:
    Biba Kopf
    Studio Name:
    Western Works, Sheffield, England - March–April 1980
    Mastering: Porky
    Engineer(s): Cabaret Voltaire
    Liscense:
    Copyright
    Label / Publishing
    Label Name:
    Rough Trade
    Catalog Number(s):
    ROUGH 11
    Location:
    UK
    Publisher:
    Rough Trade Music
    Sources
    Editions / Reissues
    1. 1980 - LP - Rough Trade ROUGH 11 - UK
    2. 1990 - CD - Mute CABS 2 - UK
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