Fini tribe – I Want More (12″)

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A very early release from Scotland’s Finitribe from 1987 and some proto industrial dance with a cover of Can’s “I Want More” from 1976.

On the Wax Trax! label, vocals were provided by Chris Connelly , this being very evident on the B-side “Idiot Strength” So there is the single version , B-side track and the imaginary titled “Row,Row,Row the Mix” Very catchy but keeping an alternative/electronic edge to it. Enjoy!!!

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