Anne Clark ‎– Our Darkness (12″)


From 1984 and some poetry with a synth backing, Anne Clarke speaks over a pre-Detroit techno backing about apocalyptic stuff . Groundbreaking, (KLF nicked the riff for “What Time Is Love?”) the music was by electronic whiz, David Harrow, who collaborated on most of Clarke’s stuff. Here in the original remix it was later re-released in 1997.  The B-side is an atmospheric, piano led piece, the keys are provided by Virginia Astley. All tracks were remixed at William Orbit’s Guerilla Studios.

10 Records ‎– 601 615darkfrontcov

A –Our Darkness (Remix) –6:26

B –The Sitting Room (Later On) (M.H. 23.11.84) –3:06



5 responses

  1. Way ahead of it’s time. Great track.

  2. Didn’t they both borrow it from Andrew Lloyd Webber?

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      1. “The 39 Lashes”

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