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  • CD (25 octobre 1990)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B000002LDM
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Cassette  |  Album vinyle  |  Téléchargement MP3
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HASH(0x9590bf18) étoiles sur 5 In every revolution, there is one band with a vision 18 juillet 2000
Par J. Derek Reardon - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
The timing couldn't have been better. It was my senior year in HS, and "What's on Your Mind" came out as I was prepping for the debate tourney season. I think this was the first song I ever proudly blared out my car windows, probably much to the annoyance of other motorists (but I didn't care). Then I bought the remix version, and that forever hooked me on 12" remixes. And then I finally bought the entire album, and that solidified my love for InSoc and my passion for electronic dance music. This CD is a must have for those who enjoy layered dance electronica with cutting edge sampling (for the time), great vocal harmonics, and thought-provoking lyrics.
The album starts off on a high-paced, high-energy note with "What's on Your Mind (Pure Energy)" with its throbbing drum-n-bass, deep orchestrations, and brilliant samples from Star Trek. If you haven't heard this song, you're at the wrong clubs. [And if you like this song, the remix CD is a must have!] The energy continues (slightly more upbeat) with "Tomorrow," featuring fantastic orchestration, lyrics, and vocal harmonies. InSoc brilliantly remade the Abba classic "Lay All Your Love on Me." At the time, I didn't even know this was an Abba song (it sounds every bit of InSoc), and I absolutely love this version of the dance classic. [Yet another single released with remixes that kick butt!] "Repetition" slows down to ballad mode, but it has fantastic orchestration and lyrics. "Walking Away" is another dance masterpiece that capitalizes on more Star Trek samples amid the sensory barrage that forces you to dance. [This was also released as a remix single, which is AWESOME... get it if you can!] You'll continue to bounce around the dance floor with the bright yet deep "Over the Sea." Appropriately titled, "Attitude" departs some from electronica and introduces a bit of funk and an r&b groove attitude. "Something in the Air" continues with a slow funky groove that utilizes more great samples from Star Trek. "Running" is a long (7:41) electronica infused minimalist piece of art; the angst-filled vocals sound like David Bowie, some backing orchestration is reminiscent of older Depeche Mode, and the ending is filled with creative sampling. [This song also had remixes released.] The release ends with "Make It Funky," which is a very short (1:11), slow, minimalist funk piece with some cool computerized samples.
I give InSoc's debut release a low 5 star rating. While it falls within my top 100 releases of all time, I must admit that I tend to only listen to the first 6 tracks. Also, if I want to listen to InSoc, I tend to prefer to listen to my remix singles from this release, or listen to Hack instead (InSoc's second album, which is brilliant). But I must pay this release its proper respect, because it did solidify my love for electronic and dance music (as well as a desire to program my own music).
If you like late 80s dance-pop-electronica, or if you merely remember liking "What's on Your Mind," you will not be disappointed with purchasing this release. It is full of body-moving, mind-blowing, thought-provoking beats, orchestration and lyrics that will satisfy even the most finicky dance floor diva. For their time, InSoc were musical visionaries that showed where music could move, both in sound and in content.
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HASH(0x95a6c6b4) étoiles sur 5 A classic! 11 juin 2004
Par Laury B. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
It was 1988. After years of playing in small clubs, Kurt Harland (who was known as Kurt Valaquen back then), Jim Cassidy, Paul Robb and, later on, Amanda Kramer, struck a record deal with Tommy Boy/Warner Bros and recorded their first album without realizing that it would be their ticket to this crazy roller coaster ride called fame. Of course, they had to make some sacrifices : their electronic, Kraftwerk-influenced music, in order to be more top-40, radio-friendly, was turned into a brilliant blend of pop, funk and dance that would propel Information Society to the top of the charts. The first single off their eponymous effort, What's on your mind (which has one of the catchiest choruses ever in my opinion), was an instant success in the summer of '88 and still remains one of the most memorable songs from the synth-pop era. With a profusion of Star Trek samples and infectious beats, the rest of the album is equally satisfying, with Walking Away and Something in the Air among the highlights. InSoc was never able to repeat the success of their first album, but it was enough to give them a loyal and still surprisingly-large fan base and make people dance for decades to come.
HASH(0x95b14780) étoiles sur 5 Not a CD+G 5 septembre 2013
Par Mr O. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Has anyone else managed to get the GD+G part to work on other players or did I get a Lemon? I purchased this album to replace an older Scratched up CD+G I own. Sadly, While the Music plays fine, this CD has no CD+G data on it. I even tried to play it on my computers CD+G player. It did not work. Older CD+G played fine (except with confetti graphics errors due to scratched CD) In short, If your getting it for the music, it's fine. But if your getting this for the CD+G part of it, you might be out of luck.

Media: CD-R
Label: silkscreen - White Background, Black Lettering - Glossy
Impression: CD looks professionally made.
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HASH(0x95c2a0a8) étoiles sur 5 The U.S. Human League 12 avril 2002
Par The Blue Man - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Anyone who hasn't heard of Information Society is to be pitied. Alas, the pitiable are many.
Information Society's first album is very worthy of Human League, too. Almost every track has a very strong percussive foundation.
Interestingly, and probably for the reason above, this is a CD that one is likely to appreciate a great deal on first hearing. On a large minority of the tracks, the other components of the song are not as impressive as the background, and one tends to notice these more after a few hearings. Perhaps in this regard, they differ a little from Human League, whose strengths are not in background to as great an extent.
"What's on your Mind" is very reminiscent of Human League (and, as someone pointed out, of Duran Duran) and a very good track indeed. But other fine contributions abound: "Over the Sea", "Running", "Walking Away" and the well-conceived version of Abba's "Lay all your Love on Me". (Indeed, it is instructive to compare their version of the last with Erasure's of 2 years later).
Well worth purchasing, especially 12 years later.
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HASH(0x95d2657c) étoiles sur 5 great late 80's synth pop 24 juin 2004
Par insoc - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
If you are buying this cd for the song "what's on your mind" you will be very pleased to know that the rest of the album is on par with that song. "Tomorrow" has an excelent beat and melody, so does "Repetition", wich is an extraordinary synth pop ballad. Worth to mention is the song "Make It Funky", great use of samples and a particular beat. "Walking away", also included, was the second single of the album. Recommended if you love synth pop and are building a synth pop collection. Better than this album is Information Society?s next album called Hack. It is Information Society at its peak of performance and inspiration.
Interesting Fact: Paul Robb, member of Information Society, also was the producer for the first synth pop band Red Flag album, wich, believe, it is a dance synth pop gem. Be sure to check out Red Flag's N?ive Art then.
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