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  • Audio CD
  • Anzahl Disks/Tonträger: 1
  • Label: Manhattan
  • ASIN: B0001J4BV4
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Late Eighties Classic 14. November 2012
Von Michael A. Wozny - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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After 13 years of experimentation where Cabaret Voltaire pioneered new sounds in industrial, ebm and electronic sound collage came C.O.D.E. C.O.D.E. was their most accessible and song structured release. Poised for success in the industrial dance scene that they inspired, the floor fillers pack C.O.D.E. Anyone who has saw NIN's on their With Teeth tour will remember "Sex, Money, Freaks", it was one of the pre-show songs played. "White Car" is the template for many of today's minimal electro bands cropping up all over Brooklyn and Los Angeles. "Here to Go" and "Thank You America" are classics that I love to have in their album versions after only having the 12inch mixes on The Sound of Sheffield 83/87. I highly recommend C.O.D.E. not only to Cabaret Voltaire fans but also people who enjoy the sound of stark electronic music. Stephen Mallinder's voice and Richard H. Kirk's grooves peak on this album. It is the dance album they had been threatening to release since "The Crackdown" Until they re-issue this, the download is the best way to get C.O.D.E.
5.0 von 5 Sternen Five Stars 15. Juli 2016
Von charles b maynes - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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great album, so glad I could find it....
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Absolutely amazing - and incredibly, unavailable! 6. Januar 2008
Von Toxic Excess - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I bought this album on vinyl initially when it first came out, when CDs were still a bit "iffy" for most people. I'd been a fan of theirs for years, but this one blew me away. Within a few months of its initial release (I don't recall now how long it actually was - it's been a long time) the CD came out and I bought it immediately. It was one of the first CD purchases I ever made, actually.

This is undoubtedly the most generally accessible record they ever made and, even with my fondness for experimental music I was completely hooked from square one. Funky, humourous, musical, cynical... it has it all. Imagine my surprise when it was never re-released in any form! Silly of them (EMI, I mean) because it could easily find a whole new audience now. I sold my vinyl copy - which was pristine and beautifully pressed in the first place - for over $40 on eBay recently and now the CD is going for well over $100. I just wish to God I'd gotten the UK version of the CD when it came out, as it has two extra tracks on it. I've managed to filch MP3 versions of them off the internet, but why don't the powers that be just re-release this classic? It's a mystery...
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Definitely different... 16. März 2004
Von Travis Miller - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Cabaret Voltaire has changed styles almost continuously since the beginning. "Code" represents the band at the peak of their 80s pop phase, sounding like nothing so much as Information Society jamming with Throbbing Gristle. Call it industrial synth-pop.
It's a curious record, bridging the far-flung worlds of mainstream 80s pop and underground electro-industrial. Lots of industrial bands have dabbled with dance rhythms in the past, but on "Code", CV sound like they really mean it - there are funky wah-wah guitars, bouncy basslines, vocoders, and hooky arrangements. Even Stephen Mallinder's guttural howl has become a suave, urgent whisper. A couple of these tracks could have become mainstream hits, if they weren't about death and blasphemy.
Is it a sell-out record? I don't think so. Despite all the pop trappings, there's still an undeniably weird edge to this album, supplied by atonal synths, paranoid lyrics, weird samples, and the occasional burst of unexpected noise. In other words, the original CV is still there, intact - it's just dressed up for a night at the club. I still haven't figured out if CV were being subversive, or just having fun for a change. Probably some of both.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Cabaret Voltaire - Code 7. Juli 2005
Von Visigoth Triangle - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
If you like industrial, techno, dark eighties style dance music, this would be the CD for you--except it's almost unavailable. I have it on a 33.3 "wax" LP, so I can tell you a CD version would be worth having. On this record, the band seems to polk fun at the industrial dance industry while simultaneously producing a great industrial dance record. Go figure.

If you've been exposed to other CV recordings, you probably think they're mostly dark, weird, abstract and sometimes hard to listen to. And you'd be right. However, "Code is a DANCE record. It's dark, weird, abstract, sometimes hard to listen to... AND it's got a dance beat! If you can find it, get it!

Notable tracks: "Don't Argue", "Thank You America", "Life Slips By".
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