i've never really been able to 'get' cabaret voltaire at all. i should really like them, cos they are from up north, and were doing interesting things early, but for some reason it just doesn't work for me. that first tune is OK, sort of reminds me of the pop group, but i massively prefer mark stewart and all associated acts.
The LP comes 26 years after the pioneering UK group's last studio album, The Conversation, came out in 1994. Founding member Richard H Kirk, who revived the project as a solo endeavour with a performance at Berlin Atonal 2014, has developed new Cabaret Voltaire material to play live at select shows in the years since, with "the mission statement from the off was no nostalgia. Normal rules do not apply. Something for the 21st Century. No old material."Had no idea, ta for the heads up L.
It's Kirk solo too. Wonder why he decided to revive the name.