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Encore Import

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  • Audio CD (1 Mar. 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: BMG Germany
  • ASIN: B0000072LI
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 76,212 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Fanfare
  2. Cold Song
  3. Total Eclipse
  4. Can't Help Falling in Love
  5. Simple Man
  6. Wasting My Time
  7. Wayward Sisters
  8. Ding Dong
  9. You Don't Own Me
  10. Der Nussbaum
  11. Lightning Strikes
  12. The Twist
  13. Samson and Delilah

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Format: Audio CD
Unfortunately Klaus Nomi produced a very limited amount of material in his tragically short career. Although there are a number of Nomi CDs around they are the same material recycled as there were only two studio albums. So, unless you are a collector and want to get every Nomi CD for completeness, this is not the one to go for.

Every track on this CD with the exception of Fanfare can be found on Klaus Nomi Essential, which has 20 tracks. Fanfare is nothing of particular interest except for a pointless instrumental, which rather ignores the fact that it is Nomi's incredible voice which is of interest. There are some notable omissions from this album, the most obvious being the Nomi Song, which is a very catchy little number - the video of this track is seriously weird so worth googling for!

Hence this gets 2 Stars from me which is a reflection of the limited content rather than the incredible talent which Klaus Nomi was.
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The movie "The Nomi Song" recently documented the life and shockingly short career of new wave countertenor space cadet Klaus Nomi (born Klaus Sperber). After seeing the film one might want to look for a definitive compilation of Nomi's work. However, this strangely flawed collection seems to be only one currently in print.

For a career as short as Nomi's (he only released two studio albums and a couple of singles), assembling the highlights should be relatively easy. And we do get classics like "Total Eclipse", "The Cold Song" and other prime examples of Nomi's unique style and dazzling vocal skills.

But how anyone would put together a compilation and not include "Nomi Song" is beyond me. Not only could this be said to be his theme song. It's also one of those pop tunes so perfect that you feel it was just lying around waiting to be written (in this case by equally twisted talent Kristian Hoffman).

Instead, valuable space is taken up by the pointless instrumental "Fanfare" and high camp novelties like "Ding Dong, the Witch is Dead". Perhaps there was some camp element to Nomi's act - but I for one would rather have listened to his famously bizarre rendition of Donna Summer's "I Feel Love".

However, for all this shortcomings of this compilation, Klaus Nomi still shines through like the brilliant artist he was. This album could have been the ultimate presentation of his work - but sadly, it falls just short of that.
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Format: Audio CD
in 1983 klaus nomi died...this album was released in 1983 and is basically a compilation of his first two album releases with a couple of added tracks

der nussbaum and cant help falling in love are the only two new songs on this album. however this album does contain the live version of total eclipse (as seen and heard in urgh! a music war) which is an amazing version of a great song and easily surpasses the original in my veiw.

personally i would recommend this album for anyone who wanted to start listening to klaus but there is nothing really too new for people who already own his first 2 albums
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Format: Audio CD
In 13 songs, you get a snap-shot of Nomi's spirit: classical, deep, secret, intimate, funny, desperate, and so on. But the real Nomi may be impossible to encapsulate in one CD only. Need to hear them all. There's not much, as he left so quickly. But if you do not know KNomi, and are interested by classical, funk, rock, whatever... fun and strange, music that test voices, then this is a good starter. The record includes a good array of songs fairly representative of Nomi's work. Not exhaustive of course (again, you'd need all the records, his music was so rich, and he experimented so much) but a fairly representative record of his work. Which is what a "best-of" should be, shouldn't it?
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