[Nagnagnag] 7 as well for National Service Rewind

Grant Regnaert tripreset at hotmail.com
Thu May 13 14:50:10 PDT 2010


So, I take it that 7 is apparently the magic number when it comes to Cabs albums that are released on Shiva Records? Both the upcoming National Service Rewind album and 2009's Kora! Kora! Kora! CV Versions, both have 7 tracks total. 6 original tracks + 1 reprise track = 7 tracks (a bit odd). What's up with that?                      

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>    1. The Tivoli vs. Cabaret Voltaire - National Service	Rewind
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> Subject: [Nagnagnag] The Tivoli vs. Cabaret Voltaire - National
> 	Service	Rewind [Shiva]
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> Hadn't seen this mentioned on the list yet...
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> >From http://www.normanrecords.com/records/116625
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> "Legendary Electronic Pioneers Cabaret Voltaire re-enter the fray with a new
> single and album on Shiva Records. The album, "National Service Rewind",
> represents a collaboration between Cabaret Voltaire and new Sheffield rock
> band The Tivoli recorded at CV's legendary Western Works studios.
> 
> ?National Service Rewind? is a sonic juggernaut that cleaves all conception
> of dance rock crossover and dives deep into the jugular to spit blood, bone
> and baritone. There are no niceties here, no musical politesse, just a new
> clear war of electronic attrition, psychotic, psychedelic rock and
> tower-block rocking beats peppered by juddering, Jamaican Dancehall bass.
> 
> ?Swaggering electro rock with a dash of dub, "National Service Rewind"
> sounds less like Richard H Kirk's Sheffield post punkers Cabaret Voltaire,
> and more like Kasabian trapped in a lift with Primal Scream? - DJ Magazine
> 
> "The opening Amsterdam Sam is a well-chosen single, encapsulating all of
> National Service Rewind?s best facets: a darkly Unkle-like atmosphere,
> dub-thud beats and a building bombardment." The Skinny
> 
> Tracklisting
> 1 Amsterdam Sam
> 2 Common Foot Soldiers
> 3 Spirit Of Tennessee
> 4 Pawns On The Fence
> 5 My Town
> 6 The Messenger
> 7 Common Foot Soldiers (Reprise)
> 
> The track "Amsterdam Sam" can be heard here (not bad!):
> http://www.myspace.com/thetivolimusic
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> Here's another article on the album:
> http://rocketsciencemedia.wordpress.com/2010/02/10/national-service-rewind-the-tivoli-vs-cabaret-voltaire-shiva-album/
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