Soft Cell - Non Stop Ecstatic Dancing flac album
Title: Non Stop Ecstatic Dancing
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Non Stop Ecstatic Dancing is an EP by English synthpop duo Soft Cell, released in the United Kingdom in June 1982 by Some Bizzare Records. In addition to remixes of the group's older material, it also included a brand new track, a cover of Judy Street's 1966 song "What?", which was a Top 3 hit for Soft Cell. As the name implies, Non Stop Ecstatic Dancing was conceived, by the band's own admission, under the influence of MDMA (commonly referred to as ecstasy)
Non Stop Ecstatic Dancing. Released June 21, 1982. Non Stop Ecstatic Dancing Tracklist. 1. Memorabilia - Non Stop Ecstatic Dancing Version Lyrics. 2. Where Did Our Love Go? - Non Stop Ecstatic Dancing Version Lyrics. It´s almost an extension of Non-Stop Erotic Cabaret, it mostly has uncut versions of the songs from that album. Non Stop Ecstatic Dancing Q&A.
Non Stop Ecstatic Dancing. LP (12" album, 33 rpm), Import. Soft Cell Format: Vinyl. Non-Stop Ecstatic Dancing. I guess that I'll always FAVOR the ORIGINAL 1981 version more, for sure. This version is a little noisier than the original version, but it's okay. This is the BIGGEST song on this entire album. This is also the medley that I remember very well from the Spring & Summer of 1982 @ the clubs. And I've always LOVED it.
Non-Stop Ecstatic Dancing, 1999.
Singer Marc Almond admitted years after the 1982 EP was released that the album was conceived under the influence of ecstasy, and that detail is key to understanding 'Non-Stop Ecstatic Dancing'. MDMA rubbed off heavily on the sound of the album (if the title hasn’t already given it away) - a new night club drug that was becoming a popular accompaniment to fast electronic dance music, and that’s what the album is all about
No one has said anything yet. Contributions By. Leo Aguilar.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|2||Where Did Our Love Go?
Written-By – Holland/Dozier/Holland*
Written-By – H.P.Barnum*
|4||A Man Could Get Lost||4:05|
|5||Chips On My Shoulder||4:26|
|7||Tainted Love / Where Did Our Love Go? (Extended)
Engineer – Paul HardimanWritten-By [Tainted Love] – Ed CobbWritten-By [Where Did Our Love Go?] – Holland/Dozier/Holland*
Producer – Daniel Miller
Written-By – H.P.Barnum*
Producer, Written-By – David Ball*
|12||Insecure Me (Extended)||8:15|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Mercury Records Ltd. (London)
- Copyright (c) – Mercury Records Ltd. (London)
- Record Company – PolyGram
- Produced At – C-Dreams
- Recorded At – Stage One Studio, London
- Mixed At – Mediasound
- Remastered At – Bourbery-Wake
- Artwork By – M. T. J.
- Design – Huw*
- Engineer – Don Wershba
- Engineer [Assistant] – Nicky Kallisngis*
- Engineer [Cutting] – Jack Skinner
- Executive-Producer [At C-Dreams] – Mike Gill
- Graphics [Remastered] – Graphyk
- Liner Notes [Berlin 1998] – Richard Smith
- Mixed By – Harvey Goldberg
- Performer – Dave Ball, Marc Almond
- Photography [Back] – Josh
- Photography By [Front] – Ashworth*
- Producer – Mike Thorne (tracks: 1 to 7, 9, 11, 12)
- Rap – Cindy Ecstasy
- Remastered By [Digital Re-mastering] – Roger Wake
- Tenor Saxophone – Dave Tofani
- Trumpet, Flugelhorn – John Gatchell
- Written-By – Ball* (tracks: 1, 4 to 6, 8, 11, 12), Almond* (tracks: 1, 4 to 6, 8, 11, 12)
NotesDigitally remastered reissue of 1982 remix album. Tracks 7-12 not on original release.
Contains a 8-page booklet.
Track 8 recorded at Stage One.
Mixed at Media Sound N.Y.C.
1-6, 9-12 ℗ 1982 Mercury Records Ltd (London),
7 & 8 ℗ 1981 Mercury Records Ltd (London)
The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Mercury Records Ltd (London)
℗ 1998 Mercury Records Ltd (London).
© 1998 Mercury Records Ltd (London).
A PolyGram company.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 7 31455 82652 4
- Matrix / Runout (Top facing): RFD80M-79247 80 WY
- Matrix / Runout (Top facing in mould): SB1405275537D03
- Label Code: LC 0268
- Price Code: PY 899
- Rights Society: BIEM / MCPS
|BZX 1012||Soft Cell||Non Stop Ecstatic Dancing (LP, Album)||Some Bizzare||BZX 1012||UK||1982|
|6359 110||Soft Cell||Non Stop Ecstatic Dancing (LP, Album)||Vertigo||6359 110||New Zealand||1982|
|BZM 1012||Soft Cell||Non Stop Ecstatic Dancing (Cass, Album)||Some Bizzare||BZM 1012||UK||1982|
|9 23694-1 B, 1-23694||Soft Cell||Non-Stop Ecstatic Dancing (LP, Album, Los)||Sire, Some Bizzare||9 23694-1 B, 1-23694||US||1982|
|9 23694-1 B, 1-23694||Soft Cell||Non-Stop Ecstatic Dancing (LP, Album, Win)||Sire, Some Bizzare||9 23694-1 B, 1-23694||US||1982|