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London After Midnight reissue 1991 debut album in a new mix and with previously unreleased material

From Darkride Records comes the news that London After Midnight is set to re-release their 1991 debut album as “Selected Scenes From the End of the World: 9119” on December 13th. It is not just a remastered version of “Selected Scenes…”, rather, it has been completely mixed from scratch, from the multi-track master tapes, along with previously unreleased material. The bonus material for instance holds a never-before-heard recording from the original 1991 sessions. “Selected Scenes from the End of the World: 9119” (referring to the year of original release and year of re-release), will be available Friday, December 13, 2019 – the original album was released on Friday, December 13, 1991. The reissue will be available on digital, CD, and 12” heavy-weight double vinyl and will feature the long out of print original cover art from the first German CD release in 1995, plus numerous previously unseen photos, along with personal notes and commentary from Sean Brennan. And there is more… After “Selected Scenes… 9119” there are 3 more albums waiting to be released, including “Oddities, Too” (an album of rarities and unreleased material), a complete remix of London After Midnight’s sophomore album, “Psycho Magnet”, and an all new album […]

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‘Click Interview’ with Numb: ‘I Started Writing Material As A Personal Response To The Social/Political Changes’

Numb is a Canadian electronic formation that saw the daylight in 1986. The band was driven by Don Gordon, David Hall and Sean Stubbs. Singer David Collins joined the band in 1995. Numb started as an electronic formation, but the sound progressively evolved towards a harsh and merciless industrial sound. Numb on stage was a bit like facing a merciless noise wall. They released several successful albums on major companies such as KK Records and Zoth Ommog. The band splitted in 1998 and instigator Don Gordon moved to Vietnam. Twenty one years after the last album “Language Of Silence” released by the long-time defunct Zoth Ommog, Numb strikes back with a noticeable electro-driven opus “Mortal Geometry”. The work got released on Metropolis Records and reveals a somewhat old-school, fascinating electronic creation. It talked about it with Don Gordon. (Courtesy by Inferno Sound Diaries) Q: “Mortal Geometry” stands for the return of Numb, but also the return of Don Gordon as musician/composer. How do you look back at the past years, the feeling to be no longer releasing new music and what incited you to strike back and writing this new work? Don: After completing “Language Of Silence” and “Halo_Gen” in […]

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Erasure announce a brand new remastered & expanded 3CD edition of ‘Chorus’

On February 14th 2020 BMG will release the latest in their series of remastered and expanded Erasure CD reissues with a 3-CD edition of “Chorus”. It features a remastered version of the original album on one disc; a selection of new and classic remixes, b-sides and bonus tracks on disc two; and a live version of the entire “Chorus” album, recorded on Erasure’s Phantasmagorical Entertainment Tour, on the final disc. This track is a brand new remix of “Am I Right?” taken from the forthcoming remastered and expanded 3CD set. “Chorus” was Erasure’s 5th proper studio album and was released on 14 October 1991 by Mute Records in Germany and the UK and 15 October 1991 by Sire/Reprise Records in the USA. The remastered and expanded edition of ‘Chorus’ comes in deluxe hardback book packaging with brand new sleeve notes by Mat Smith. MIDI slop killed the chorded voices For the geeks, prior to the album’s production, programmer Vince Clarke had noticed technical limitations of the by-then-predominant MIDI sequencing standard, notably that the protocol’s low signal rate resulted in timing errors (known as “MIDI slop”) when multiple notes were triggered simultaneously. In an effort to eliminate this and give the […]

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