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Idiot Country - Electronic - Electronic (CD, Album)

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Download Idiot Country - Electronic - Electronic (CD, Album)
1991
Label: Warner Bros. Records - W2 26387 • Format: CD Album, Club Edition • Country: US • Genre: Electronic • Style: Synth-pop


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9 thoughts on “ Idiot Country - Electronic - Electronic (CD, Album) ”

  1. Voodootaxe says:
    Electronic were a duo formed in Manchester, UK in consisting of New Order vocalist Bernard Sumner and ex-The Smiths guitarist Johnny Marr. Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe from Pet Shop Boys and Karl Bartos of Kraftwerk also collaborated with the band. They released three albums during the '90s, with their debut Electronic selling over a million copies worldwide.
  2. Nekasa says:
    I didnt really have too much faith in an electronic album recorded in the early 90s to begin with. But this record is nothing great on vinyl. I hardly ever say this but better stick with the CD .
  3. Daramar says:
    Disappointed / Idiot Country Two, a Single by Electronic. Released in July on Parlophone (catalog no. R ; Vinyl 7"). Genres: Synthpop, Alternative Dance. Featured peformers: Johnny Marr (writer, producer), Bernard Sumner (writer, producer), Owen Morris (engineer).
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  6. Dalabar says:
    Idiot Country. This song is by Electronic and appears on the album Electronic (). My name is not important, it's a signal, a sign. It means I'm doing what I do because I do it all the time. I get a lot of fun emotion, I get none if I use ya. I would crawl across the ocean so I could not abuse ya. My life's deteriorating at a quarter to eight.
  7. Tojas says:
    Electronic were an alternative dance supergroup formed by New Order singer and guitarist Bernard Sumner and ex-Smiths guitarist Johnny Marr. They co-wrote the majority of their output between and ,[a] collaborating with Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe, of the Pet Shop Boys, on three tracks in their early years, and former Kraftwerk membe.
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