Partial Electronic Discography
1) Self Titled: 1991, Warner Brothers Records (feat. Neal Tennant and Chris Lowe of Pet Shop Boys)
IMO, their best release! It was electronic sounding, but with that new order/smiths pop guitar edge, that the other albums overdosed on.
2) Raise the Pressure: 1996, Warner Brothers Records (Feat. Karl Bartos of Kraftwerk!)
This was a solid effort, but suffered from sophomore slump, as it attempted to capitalize on the
"adult alterntative" market that was so popularized in the mid 90's. However, there are a few gems:
- Until The End of Time (Feat. Karl Bartos)
- Second Nature
- If You've Got Love (Feat. Karl Bartos)
- How Long
3) Twisted Tenderness: 2000, Koch Records (depature from WB records)
This album took a while to grow on me. Although the bonus mix from Darren Price is excellent, the
rest of the album was fairly lack-luster, and epitomized some of the elements of mid 90's electronics
that needed to stay in that decade.
- Getting Away With It (I recommend the double vinyl release!)
- Disappointed (On Cool World Soundtrack, feat. Neil Tennant)
- Get The Message (Free Will is the coolest B-Side I've ever heard!)
- Feel Every Beat (Rare!)
note: I haven't gotten any of the singles from either Raise the Pressure or Twisted
Tenderness, so I have no clue if they're any good!
Update (7-19-2k1): Removed track listings. Makes the node too long. (sorry!)