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  • Audio CD (16 April 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: EMI
  • ASIN: B00005ABX2
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 122,990 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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Format: Audio CD
as an introduction to the works of kirk/mallinder, this is as good an entry as any i can think of. It doesn't have the john luongo remixes of crackdown/just faccination, but neverthless, there's plenty to be getting your teeth into. For those of you new to cv,it'll be interesting to find that they invented house music before chicago 'discovered' it. For the rest of us, ''don't argue'', ''thankyou america'',''keep on'' and ''hypnotised'' are of course the highlights. Some of it does sound a bit dated now, but then what do you expect? These guys have been around a long time, and have kept going despite never getting the commercial recognition they fully deserved. Buy this cd, share it with your friends, and like me relive those years in the dark throbbing clubs of of our late teens!
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By A Customer on 3 July 2001
Format: Audio CD
First of all, this is a 'selected' (by EMI) compilation of remixes of CV tracks from their period with the label from 1987 to 1990.
It starts off brightly with 'Don't Argue' apart from the female backing singers!
The Francois Kevorkian remix of 'Thank You America' is a highpoint, the track sounding polished and smooth.
However there are lowpoints, the woeful remixes of 'Here to Go' and 'Keep On'.
But matters improve with the CV remix of 'Magic' and particularly the wonderful CV remix of 'Rescue Me (City Lights)', both of which were originally written by CV and Marshall Jefferson, which sprawls outwards from its funky/hip-hop intro to a beautiful melodic dance track.
It ends with the CV remix of 'Easy Life' another great track and remix. Melody and smoothness were the key in this phase of CV's career.
Well worth checking out to see how influential CV were in the house scene. Not the best introduction to the sound of CV, more for the real fan and those who have an interest in the early house scene.
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4.0 out of 5 stars wow. 22 Jun. 2001
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Yeah, I couldn't really believe it when I saw this CD...I never cared much for "Groovy, Laidback and Nasty" - what with the Ten City backup vox house pop and all - and 75% of the mixes on here are from it - but as it turns out, they're the better, (largely) instumental remixes from the old 12-inches and cd-singles (many done by the likes of Derrick May and Juan Atkins back in 89-90!) I have to give this 4 stars and not 5 due largely to the VERY poor liner notes ("contractual obligation" anyone?) that simply don't credit ANYONE properly for the mixes! Worth it alone for the exremely rare Adrian Sherwood remix of "Here to Go" (1989), the unreleased Françios Kevorkian "Thank You America" mix (1988) and the Paul Oakenfold (yeah, HIM) "Keep On (Land Of Oz)" remix (1990). Good stuff.
5.0 out of 5 stars not quite conforming 10 Mar. 2003
By sterling void - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
as much as I love the other reviews of this disc, I cant escape the feeling that they don't quite get this release. This compilation concerns itself with CV's later releases. Alot of CV "fans" dont care for this period. Lacking the penchant for guileless noise making of their earlier efforts, this is CV trying to play by the rules-somewhat. This newly disciplined approach highlights their evolution from pop pranksters to advanced pop protagonists. Under much duress during the virgin-emi phase of their career, faced with unreal corporate expectations, yet accused of selling out by many- this is the sound of CV going 'pop,' or at least their version of it.. Faced with the horror of having unknowingly sold the rights to their name to emi- they took the reigns of the grovvy laid back and nasty lp back from the record company, forcing emi to abandon their plans for 10 city to tour and record as CV. Instead CV took this idea and ran with it- recording groovy laid back and nasty with 10 cityI. think this is the pinnacle of their songwriting careers. laboring beneath the framework provided, as a proper pop group, they chew up and spit out- susprise!- real pop songs! considering their noise maker past this is a minor miracle. and they've never sounded better.
3.0 out of 5 stars A must for all CV fans 3 July 2001
By Jay M - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
First of all, this is a 'selected' (by EMI) compilation of remixes of CV tracks from their period with the label from 1987 to 1990.
It starts off brightly with 'Don't Argue' apart from the female backing singers!
The Francois Kevorkian remix of 'Thank You America' is a highpoint, the track sounding polished and smooth.
However there are lowpoints, the woeful remixes of 'Here to Go' and 'Keep On'.
But matters improve with the CV remix of 'Magic' and particularly the wonderful CV remix of 'Rescue Me (City Lights)', both of which were originally written by CV and Marshall Jefferson, which sprawls outwards from its funky/hip-hop intro to a beautiful melodic dance track.
It ends with the CV remix of 'Easy Life' another great track and remix. Melody and smoothness were the key in this phase of CV's career.
Well worth checking out to see how influential CV were in the house scene. Not the best introduction to the sound of CV, more for the real fan and those who have an interest in the early house scene.
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5.0 out of 5 stars better late than never 29 May 2001
By NM KING - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
So 10 years down the line EMI decides to put out "a best of" of the grandfathers of electro. Clocking in at a massive 78 minutes this is a dream for any die-hard Cabaret Voltaire fan. Encompassing just the 2 EMI releases "CODE" & "GROOVY LAIDBACK & NASTY" this "best of" is just that. 5 Stars for an album that contains material dating back to 1987, when CD singles were unheard of. However, the track listing on the cover does not correlate to the track listing on the disc itself, but true CABS fans should know the tracks already. My personal favourite is the thumping dance version of "Keep On (Clubbing)", its infectious beat filling the entire room. Now I can truly say that my Cabaret Voltaire CD collection is complete. I just wish they would reform.
4.0 out of 5 stars Some of these remixes are very commercial, but danceable. 13 July 2015
By Shane Perry Fischer - Published on Amazon.com
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Great remixes some border on the disco ish side!
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