Various Artists – I Q 6 Zang Tuum Tumb Sampled (Vinyl Album)

A 1985 compilation from Trevor Horn’s ZTT label and an interesting listen it is too. With such tracks as Propaganda’s P-Machinery (enhanced by John McGeoch from Magazine’s guitar work) and 2 rare Frankie tracks it tangents off to the classical Andrew Poppy and the Torch song’s of France’s Anne Pigalle

Art of Noise – Closing
Frankie Goes To Hollywood – Disneyland
Propaganda – Femme Fatale
Anne Pigalle – Intermission
Instinct – Swamp Out
Art of Noise – Egypt
Andrew Poppy – The Object Is A Hungry Wolf (extract one)
Propaganda – P:Machinery (Beta)
Anne Pigale – Looking For Love
Art Of Noise – A Time For Fear (Who’s Afraid)
Frankie Goes To Hollywood – Born To Run (live)
Andrew Poppy – The Object Is A Hungry Wolf (extract two)

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http://www91.zippyshare.com/v/4RGKvtO0/file.html

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13 comments

  1. CS · January 16, 2012

    Thanks for sharing this rare gem.

  2. Andi Parkinson · September 27, 2016

    Any chance of a reup of some of the ZTT label stuff please?

    • djjedredy · September 28, 2016

      I’m going to have to track it down Andi, it has eluded me for a while and I may have to dig and re-rip the original vinyl if I can find it!

  3. David Miller · February 11, 2017

    The link was dead. Would you please consider reposting this ZTT Sampler release? Thank you. Thanks for your time.

    • djjedredy · February 11, 2017

      I think, Mr. Miller. you would like some Art Of Noise….I’ll see what I can do.

      • David Miller · February 12, 2017

        You are correct. If there is a better way for me to request these in the future (one request vice one per post), please let me know. Your site is new to me and has much I would like to explore over time. However, I would like to do so without being an irritant. Thank you again!

  4. David Miller · February 22, 2017

    If you still have this, would you please re-up it? Again, many thanks!

    • djjedredy · February 22, 2017

      I’m going to have to find it and re-rip. It’s disappeared off the face of mp3 planet.

      • David Miller · February 22, 2017

        Thanks very much. I appreciate all you do…

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  6. djjedredy · July 18, 2017

    Finally up only took 5 years!!!

  7. David Miller · July 18, 2017

    Thank you VERY much for posting this one! As you said, it has disappeared from the net up to now. Again, many thanks!

  8. MATT · August 13

    This one slipped by me. Thanks for the re up

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