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Voyeur

17 Jun. 2008 | Format: MP3

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Dark and perverse, this 3rd album (and last under name Performance) veers away from the more mainstream stylings of their 2nd, so appealed to their hard-core fans more. The attention to detail in production is impressive, and this does help lift the sometimes broodingly deviant lyrics and themes that Gina and co were infamous for! There are some great moments here, including a couple of punchy singles, and the reissue features some interesting newer remixes that are more dubby/experimental. Mastering is also very good and crisp, with no obvious vinyl artifacts (unlike Yinglish and bonuses). However there are also a few tracks that come across either as filler, or purely there to try and shock (lyrically), and the second half of the album proper does not hold up the standard of the first 3 or 4 tracks.
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gina x are what the seventies and eighties elecrtronic seen was all about this album is stunning
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x8b736198) out of 5 stars 1 review
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HASH(0x89a96f30) out of 5 stars Obscure new wave synth band gets a reissue 11 July 2007
By Daniel W. Kelly - Published on Amazon.com
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Gina X was a blip on the new wave radar, mostly because much of the music is extremely experimental electro, and the fact that much of it is not in English. Quirky female vocals can easily be compared to Nina Hagen or Lene Lovich and the music has hints of a diversity of new wave acts from early B-52s to Gary Numan. With 80s synth dance producer Zeus B. Held as part of the band line-up, the 4 Gina X Performance CDs are must haves for 80s lovers. Each CD will definitely have a couple of songs that you would like to include in a complete eclectic 80s mix.

Moving deeper into the 80s with this release, Gina X Performance gives more umph to the drum machine beats, but this is not their most danceable effort--although "IC Code" is one of their strongest new wave tracks--sung in English. Several of the songs on here are experimental with mostly spoken vocal and a trippy ambiance.

What's so odd about these rereleases is the choice of bonus tracks. This particular release includes remixes of songs from their OTHER albums. 'No GDM' will most likely be familiar to fans of Erasure, because they covered this song as a B-side in the late 80s, and it was ALSO covered a few years earlier by The Bollock Brothers. So you can see how influential Gina X actually was on the new wave synth band scene. The dubs are not particularly entertaining. And this original 12" mix of 'Harley Davidson' (which actually got airplay on a local new wave station in New York) is just not as good as the original album version, but DEFINITELY a crucial bonus track so that it is preserved on CD for those who actually owned the original vinyl 12". What would have been nice is to have the English language 7" version included as well, which WAS on the vinyl 12" and is not on any of these rereleases. Bummer.
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