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4.0 out of 5 stars Re-released again at last
I've been waiting for this to be re-released on CD again for years. Apparently hardcore Cabaret Voltaire fans don't really rate this album, but if you ask me it's the best thing they ever did. Most of the Cab's other stuff has dated really badly (the price you pay for being cutting edge), but the the best tunes on here still hold up.

It's sort of a poppy...
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3.0 out of 5 stars i think i expected more
although this is a great album when i played it alongside my original copy very little difference
which is a pity but still a fantastic band
Published 3 months ago by i survived drinking electricity


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4.0 out of 5 stars Re-released again at last, 30 Dec 2013
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This review is from: The Covenant, The Sword and The Arm Of The Lord (Remastered) (Audio CD)
I've been waiting for this to be re-released on CD again for years. Apparently hardcore Cabaret Voltaire fans don't really rate this album, but if you ask me it's the best thing they ever did. Most of the Cab's other stuff has dated really badly (the price you pay for being cutting edge), but the the best tunes on here still hold up.

It's sort of a poppy pre-industrial sound from 1985, and the best songs on here - I Want You, Hell's Home, The Web, and maybe L21st - still sound as good as they ever did (although some of the rest... not so good).

*One thing though - the last two tracks (Sleepwalking and Big Funk) aren't included on my copy of the CD or Amazon's Auto-rip service - no surprise as they're actually from the Drinking Gasoline E.P. It must be a listing error by Amazon.
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3.0 out of 5 stars i think i expected more, 3 May 2014
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although this is a great album when i played it alongside my original copy very little difference
which is a pity but still a fantastic band
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