|1. What's On Your Mind (Pure Energy)|
|3. Lay All Your Love On Me|
|5. Walking Away|
|6. Over The Sea|
|8. Something In The Air|
|10. Make It Funky|
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The earliest incarnation of this Minnesota band of tech-geeks was essentially a rock band with a deep love for club music, and their first widely distributed record splits the difference. The hit "What's on Your Mind (Pure Energy)," featuring a Leonard Nimoy sample, is essentially the great lost Duran Duran single, but the rest of the album is pleasingly all over the place. "Walking Away" owes as much to Latin freestyle as it does to mainstream dance-rock, "Lay All Your Love on Me" lights a fire under Abba's tailbone, and the last few tracks slow the tempo way down to an electro crawl. The album is inconsistent and fillery, but it demonstrates a bunch of routes dance music might have gone in the late '80s and didn't quite. --Douglas Wolk
Information society proved to the world that synth pop was not just british but american as well.This group from minneapolis had several chart toppers including what's on your mind... Read morePublished on March 25 2005
If you are buying this cd for the song "what's on your mind" you will be very pleased to know that the rest of the album is on par with that song. Read morePublished on June 24 2004 by insoc
Being a huge insoc fan i think they are an excellent band and the best in techno funk. i highly recommend itPublished on Feb. 23 2004 by scott
This is an enjoyable album by Information Society, It features many dance songs and club songs. "Walking Away" is a pretty good song. Read morePublished on March 1 2003 by "gibraud"
"Pure Energy" and "Walking Away" remain the standouts on this promising debut by Information Society. Read morePublished on Oct. 29 2002 by Andy Williamson
Anyone who hasn't heard of Information Society is to be pitied. Alas, the pitiable are many.
Information Society's first album is very worthy of Human League, too. Read more
I absolutely LOVED Information Society when I was, oh, 14 or so. Along with Nine Inch Nails, Ministry, Lords of Acid, and T99, they were one of the main groups that got me into... Read morePublished on Nov. 18 2001 by Travis Miller
I first purchased this on cassette about 10 years ago. I loved it so much I later bought it on CD. I find this CD to be great driving music. Read morePublished on Oct. 19 2000