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Dalek I Love You Original recording remastered, Import


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  • Audio CD (April 9 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording remastered, Import
  • Label: Wea/Korova
  • ASIN: B000O5BPDC
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)

1. Holiday In Disneyland (4.40)
2. Horrorscope (4.03)
3. Health And Happiness (3.14)
4. The Mouse That Roared (2.49)
5. Dad On Fire (3.39)
6. Ambition 3.43)
7. Lust (4.22)
8. 12 Hours Of Blues (5.32)
9. Sons Of Sahara (5.27)
10. Africa Express (7.14)
11. Would You Still Love Me (from 12" B side of `Ambition' KOW 29 (T))
12. These Walls We Build (from the B side of `Horrorscope' KOW 31)
13. Horroscope (Instrumental version) (from the 12" B side of
14. Masks & Licences (from the B side of `Holiday In Disneyland' KOW 25)
15. The Angel And The Clown (from the 12" B side of `Horrorscope' KOW 31
16. Heaven Was Bought For Me (from the 12" B side of `Holiday In
17. 12 Hours Of Blues (Dub) (previously unreleased)

Product Description

2007 digitally remastered and expanded reissue of the 1983 album from Liverpudlian nutters Dalek I Love You (who have also released music under the name Dalek I). Features seven bonus tracks including B-sides and a previously unreleased dub version of '12 Hours Of Blues'. Dalek I Love You was formed by former Teardrop Explodes member Alan Gill. 17 tracks total. Korova.

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By C. Schmidt on Aug. 8 2008
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Just WONDERFUL! This is the kind of experimenting that could ONLY happen in the 80's. The kind of experimenting that OMD was also good at (in the early days), and the kind of experimenting that Radiohead just can't seem to grasp.

Not quite as great as their amazing debut, "Compas Kumpass", but with that being a SIX star album, it is accurate to describe this as a 5 star.

Oddly, I find the single (Holiday In Disneyland) to be the weakest track of the bunch. The stars here are "Horrorscope", "Dad On Fire", and the beautifully cinematic "Sons Of Sahara"...
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Amazon.com: 3 reviews
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A smorgasbord of early 80s new wave sounds.... May 15 2007
By Daniel W. Kelly - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Dalek is avante-garde early 80s new wave synth music. Catchy melodies, dance rhythms, flamboyant male new wave vocals, and sing-song female background vocals bring to mind the likes of the B-52s and Tom Tom Club, with hints of more structured synthpop bands like Depeche Mode and Heaven 17 and a hint of General Public thrown in for good measure. If you need a fresh taste of 80s new wave, you should give them a try. You're sure to find a couple of really strong tracks.
Stood the Test of Time Nov. 28 2012
By ztomic - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This Album has stood the test of time for me. The best analog would be OMD but that would be selling Dalek i a little short because it's much much better than OMD. The sound is a mixture of synthesizer, guitar, hard drum and soulful backing vocals with thoughtful and clever lyrics. The lyrics are driven by dark satire giving the album a Gothic feeling. If you love 80's new wave, you MUST have this album! I had the original vinyl and I was really lucky to get it on CD when it was reissued a few years ago but I would pay $50 or a $100 if I had to. For me, this is the best new wave album ever made. It's been nearly 30 years and I still listen to it quite often; I never get tired of it.

Short descriptions of original vinyl song list:
Holiday In Disneyland - Snappy dance song about excess. **** (4/5 stars)
Horrorscope - Driving song with a medium fast beat. *****
Health and Happiness - Slower tempo art song. ***
The Mouse That Roared - Very strange art song with a medium fast tempo. ***
Dad On Fire - Medium fast tempo with dance beat. Has been described as a child's nightmare but I think dad is literally on fire. ***** (5 stars)
Ambition - Fast tempo dance song about what to do to be successful. ***
Lust - Fast tempo dance song; it's an anthem for sex. ***** (5 stars)
12 Hours of Blues - Medium driving tempo about boredom and loneliness. ***** (5 stars)
Sons of Sahara - Slower weird art song. ***
Africa Express - Medium fast driving tempo. Great song! ***** (Solid 5 star)
impress your friends with your esoteric taste in music April 6 2007
By Obscuratist - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Buy this, read the excellent sleeve notes & impress everybody with your unique tastes & knowledge of very obscure corners of british pop music.

It is also one of the most underrated records of the 80s. Infectious and very witty.


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