Stockhausen collides with punk funk in an aural collage of rhythm and found sound as one of the most sought after MatM recordings is reissued on the 25th anniversary of its 1983 debut on vinyl. The second of three albums co-produced with Daniel Lanois with a guest appearance from John Oswald of “Plunderphonics” fame on alto sax. Includes “Obedience”, “World Without Borders”, “Walking Into Walls”, “Danseparc”, “Sins Of Children”, “Several Styles Of Blonde Girls Dancing”, “Boys In The Bushes”, “What People Do For Fun” and “Whatever Happened To Radio Valve Road?”
The album features three additional bonus tracks, including the original extended dance version of “Danseparc”, “These Dangerous Machines” and a live version of “Sins Of Children” from MatM’s performance at Ontario Place in 1983 featuring avant-guitarist Michael Brook. Full colour CD picture disk and 16 page booklet includes lyrics, press and band quotes as well as rare photos and video stills.
Obedience, World Without Borders, Walking Into Walls, Danseparc (Every Day It’s Tomorrow), Sins of Children, Several Styles of Blonde Girls Dancing, Boys in the Bushes, What People Do For Fun, Whatever Happened to Radio Valve Road?
Danseparc(Every Day It’s Tomorrow) Original Extended Dance Version
These Dangerous Machines Original Extended Dance Version B Side, Sins of Children (Live)