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Performer: Cabaret Voltaire
Genre: Electronic
Title: Sensoria
Released: 1984
Style: Electro, Experimental, Industrial
FLAC version ZIP size: 2908 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 2399 mb

Tracklist


Cut The Damn Camera3:51
Sensoria7:57

Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
CVS 312Cabaret Voltaire Sensoria ‎(12", Single)Virgin, Some BizzareCVS 312UK1984
601 526, 601 526 -213Cabaret Voltaire Sensoria ‎(12")Virgin, Virgin601 526, 601 526 -213Europe1984
CVS 312, CVS 3-12Cabaret Voltaire Sensoria ‎(12")Virgin, VirginCVS 312, CVS 3-12New Zealand1984
80144, 80 144Cabaret Voltaire Sensoria ‎(12", Maxi)Virgin, Virgin80144, 80 144France1984
DM 601526Cabaret Voltaire Sensoria ‎(12", Promo)Virgin DanceDM 601526Germany1984
CVS 3-12Cabaret Voltaire Sensoria ‎(12", Promo, W/Lbl)VirginCVS 3-12UK1984
CVS3-12Cabaret Voltaire Sensoria ‎(12", Single)Virgin, Some BizzareCVS3-12Australia1984
CVS 312Cabaret Voltaire Sensoria ‎(12", Single, Ora)Virgin, Some BizzareCVS 312UK1984
CVS 312, CVS3-12Cabaret Voltaire Sensoria ‎(12", Single, Promo)Virgin, Virgin, Some BizzareCVS 312, CVS3-12Australia1984
CVS 312Cabaret Voltaire Sensoria ‎(12", Single, W/Lbl)Virgin, Some BizzareCVS 312UK1984
CVS 3Cabaret Voltaire Sensoria ‎(7", Single)Virgin, Some BizzareCVS 3UK1984
CVS 3Cabaret Voltaire Sensoria ‎(7", Single)VirginCVS 3Australia1984
CVS 3Cabaret Voltaire Sensoria ‎(7", Single, Promo)VirginCVS 3Australia1984

About Album


Official video of the single taken from the album Micro-Phonies originally released in 1984. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Текст песни: Sensoria Microphonies Cabaret Voltaire His head is not his memory Visions coming, one, two, three Trickle up, trickle down. Приобретайте пластинки, компакт-диски и многое другое от Cabaret Voltaire на маркетплейсе the video for Sensoria from Cabaret Voltaire's Micro-Phonies for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Trickle up, trickle down. Wearily, we come unwound. Sensoria, sensoria, sensoria, View full lyrics. Similar Tracks. The Operative. Cabaret Voltaire. Play track. Digital Rasta. Songs in album Cabaret Voltaire - Sensoria, James Brown 1984. Cabaret Voltaire - Sensoria 12'' Mix. Cabaret Voltaire - James Brown 12'' Mix. Cabaret Voltaire - Sensoria 7'' Mix. Main genre: Electronic, Dance. Was remixed in 4 songs. Electronic, Dance. Sensoria The Bloody Beetroots vs Sirbilly Experience Remix by The Bloody Beetroots 2008. Sensoria 12 Mix by Cabaret Voltaire 1984. Cabaret Voltaire are an English music group formed in Sheffield in 1973 and initially composed of Stephen Mallinder, Richard H. Kirk, and Chris Watson. The group was named after the Cabaret Voltaire, the Zürich nightclub that served as a centre for the early Dada movement. The early work of Cabaret Voltaire consisted primarily of experimentation with DIY electronics and tape machines, as well as Dada-influenced performance art, helping to pioneer industrial music in the mid-1970s. Finding an audience. Mute Records. Cabaret Voltaire - Sensoria 12'' Version. DVD1, Cabaret Voltaire Live, collates two live shows, the Bedford Boys Club and Hammersmith Palais and DVD2 is the long awaited DVD release of Gasoline In Your Eye 1985, plus the four promotional videos from the time. 8385 Collected Works 1983 - 1985 also includes 40-page 12 booklet, notes about Earthshaker, an essay by Phil Barnes and new sleeve notes by Richard H. Produced by Cabaret Voltaire, Paul Gomersal & Flood. Album Micro-Phonies. Sensoria Lyrics. His head is not his memory Visions coming, one, two, three Trickle up, trickle down Wearily, we come unwound Sensoria, sensoria, sensoria, sensoria. In hard times, hard thrills Reaching for the chosen pills Dragnets will pull you in Tell you that you're deep in sin Sensoria, sensoria, sensoria, sensoria

About Performer


Cabaret Voltaire: Are an English music group formed in Sheffield in 1973 and initially composed of Stephen Mallinder, Richard H. Kirk, and Chris Watson. The group was named after the Cabaret Voltaire, the Zürich nightclub that served as a centre for the early Dada movement. Nag, Nag, Nag, The Web, A Touch Of Evil и другие песни. Cabaret Voltaire are an English music group formed in Sheffield in 1973 and initially composed of Stephen Mallinder, Richard H. The early work of Cabaret Voltaire consisted primarily of experimentation with DIY electronics and tape machines, as well as Dada-influenced performance art, helping to pioneer industrial music in the mid-1970s. Finding an audience. Cabaret Voltaire. Biography by John Bush. Follow Artist. Experimental, innovative English outfit that formed in the 1970s, standing as major pioneers of industrial and dance music. Read Full Biography. Listen to music from Cabaret Voltaire like Nag, Nag, Nag, Sensoria - 7'' Version & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Cabaret Voltaire. Cabaret Voltaire were an experimental music band which formed in Sheffield, UK in 1973. They originally consisted of Stephen Mallinder vocals, bass, Richard H. Kirk guitar, keyboards, sound manipulation and Chris Watson sound manipulation, tapes, keyboards. Over the years Cabaret Voltai read more. Richard H. Kirk continues to record as Cabaret Voltaire and is currently working on new material. The home for new music, catalogue music and merchandise. Mute Bank is the store for Mute - an independent record label founded by Daniel Miller in 1978. Приобретайте пластинки, компакт-диски и многое другое от Cabaret Voltaire на маркетплейсе Voltaire Фото исполнителя Cabaret Voltaire. All songs by Cabaret Voltaire. Thermal Detonator TV. Cabaret Voltaire - Blue Heat Original. Cabaret Voltaire - Low Cool. The Store For Music. Cabaret Voltaire - Expect Nothing. Язык: Русский. Страна: США. Formed in Sheffield in 1973, Cabaret Voltaire took the noise of the city's industrial core and turned it into dissonant, Dadaist soundscapes to become antagonistic outsiders of the synth pop scene. Self-professed sonic noise terrorists, they were inspired by the early German electronic artists and started experimenting with synths, distortion, tape loops and sampling in keyboard player Chris Watson's attic. Methodology '74-'76 Attic Tapes Box. CDx3. Live at the Hacienda '83'86. Industrial: Music Of The Shadows Vol

Video


Llathidan
I happened to see the video for this track on TV. I can’t recall if it was either Night Flight, Snub-TV or perhaps London Calling, but it hit like a bolt from the blue. The juxtaposition of an authoritarian preacher intoning the gospel of absolute servitude to one’s betters with slamming industrial beats 80 feet tall as well as a chorus of African women singing backing vocals was pretty singular at the time. The deeply insinuating vocals of Stephen Mallinder added their usual sinister appeal; all the moreso since Mallinder used only his phrasing to ratchet up the sense of menace in the music.

Unlike their avant garde trio phase on Rough Trade, the “imperial phase” of Cabaret V0ltaire coincided with the band being signed to Virgin through Stevo’s Some Bizzare label with the earlier year’s album “The Crackdown” being the harbinger of a new period of industrial funk for the band that saw them making me very happy indeed with each new release. Like their Sheffield pals Martyn Ware and Ian Craig Marsh of Heaven 17, Mallinder and his cohort Richard Kirk sought to meld avant garde electronics with soul and funk influences; but what made them diverge significantly from the path that Heaven 17 ultimately took was their allegiance to Burroughsian cut-up technique. Their willingness to juxtapose content that was not necessarily related in order to create a “third mind” scenario that was richly evocative for its unplanned randomness.

In that way, this single itself was a sterling example of an early mashup. The track is actually fabricated from two different Cabaret Voltaire songs off of their “Micro-Phonies” album on 1984: “Sensoria” and “Do Right.” The album versions of each bear some resemblance to this 12″ single, but the remix by John Potoker [with uncredited sonic glue courtesy of Robin “M” Scott] is a thing of wonder. A rare musical example of a whole being greater than the sum of its parts. Relentlessly pounding machine energy is given an injection of funk and ironic reactionary commentary via the preacher, who by giving a sermon on obeying your superiors, plays right into Cab Volt’s fascination with exposing and disrupting the control process. The result is a dancefloor devastator and an example of the “industrial music” ethos the band trailblazed with Throbbing Gristle for over a decade before it reached the point of slickness that is evidenced here. The point where Cabaret Voltaire became a genre unto themselves with many followers in their wake of the NIN and Skinny Puppy ilk.

Prinna
A Classic Industrial / Techno / Electro blend. This was the first Voltaire song I heard on the radio at night on KITS in SF. Very revolutionary for its time for sure. I guess this is the beginning of their turn to more Electro as opposed to their strictly Industrial sounds.