2006 re-release of a 1985 collection made up of remixes of tracks from the group's debut album "A Secret Wish" done by label bosses Bob Kraushaar and Paul Morley. Their label at the time, Ztt, intended the release as a vehicle to promote the group in the United States.
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5.0 out of 5 starsA great re-mixDec 7 1999
By Travel Dork - Published on Amazon.com
This is a re-mix of the famous "Secret Wish" album. Typical for the mid-80s and well ahead of its time. If you have "Secret Wish", don't expect any big surprises; however, it is mixed in the sense of usual dance singles, so you will get a lot of the original rhythm pure. Having almost all CDs, vinyls and singles by Propaganda, I often prefer this album over the original because it's more dance-oriented and gives me new energy when I need it.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 starsabove averageMarch 29 2003
By Darren Schank - Published on Amazon.com
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i've owned this cd for a while.. being german-american, this cd's very 'german', if you know what i mean.... very danceable. very 80's/new wave.. true.. it is basically like their original cd, but definitely a must have if you like propaganda.. it's basically the same their original cd, mixed differently, or maybe even better.. i like this cd a lot, and it's usually with me when i travel.. i recommend it...
7 of 10 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 starsNothing newJan. 3 2000
By Alfonso Ambrós - Published on Amazon.com
I bought the CD waiting for a good mixes of the last songs, but I found a repetitive CD without anything that renew the good songs from 'The Secret Wish'. Simply, I'm waiting much more from this CD. It's not bad, but if you have 'The Secret Wish', youd don't need this one.