In the mid-seventies, kids in america bemoaned the fact that Led Zeppelin weren't around often enough for them......so we got Aerosmith, who keenly filled that abyss for these simple youths. Inexplicably, Aerosmith escaped being sent to the Hague ,and lesser criminals like Radovan Karadzic did!?
In the early Eighties, Cabaret Voltaire were evolving from their near-perfect proto-industrial sound,to the less effective 'Red Mecca' sound,then afterwards degenerate into some dodgy disco unit.
To fill this aching void we got "Third Door From The Left",who sound like.....er.....Cabaret Voltaire?
This tape is their version of a ,less funky, "Voice Of America" era Cabs,and is a fine, if generic, listen.
That is definitely CV's drum machine on track one,i'd recognise it anywhere! I understand there was some co-operation from those fun loving Sheffield dwelling chaps somewhere along the line.
Kevin Thorne of TDOTL,became the equally Cab-alike project 'We Be Echo' after this.
|A4||Tear My Heart Out|
|A5||In The Room|
|B1||Jack/MIssion To Kill|
|B3||Erik Dorf's Diary|
|B4||It's Not Us|
|B5||People Like You|
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