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Red Mecca Studio album by Cabaret Voltaire Released September 1981 Recorded Western Works, Sheffield, May 1981 Genre Post-punk Industrial Experimental Length 40:11 Label Rough Trade Producer Cabaret Voltaire Professional reviews The reviews parameter has been deprecated. Please move reviews into the Reception section of the article. See Moving reviews into article space. Allmusic link Piero Scaruffi link Cabaret Voltaire chronology Three Mantras (1980) Red Mecca (1981) 2X45 (1982) Red Mecca is an album by the industrial/post-punk band Cabaret Voltaire. Released in 1981 on Rough Trade Records (ROUGH 27), it was their final album before the departure of Chris Watson. It reached No.1 on the UK Independent chart in September 1981.[1] Contents 1 Background 2 Track listing 2.1 Side A 2.2 Side B 3 Recording details 4 References Background In November 1979 Cabaret Voltaire toured the United States, and became strongly interested in the rise of the Christian right and its use of television, especially the fund-raising broadcasts of TV evangelist Eugene Scott. They compared this to the rise of Islamism, devoting a side to each strand of religious politics on their 1980 mini-album Three Mantras. Red Mecca was a culmination of this interest. According to Richard H Kirk: "The whole Afghanistan situation was kicking off, Iran had the American hostages...we were taking's not called that [Red Mecca] by coincidence. We weren't referencing the fucking Mecca Ballroom in Nottingham!"[2] Track listing Side A "A Touch of Evil" - 3:11 "Sly Doubt" - 4:59 "Landslide" - 2:08 "A Thousand Ways" - 10:35 Side B "Red Mask" - 6:54 "Split Second Feeling" - 3:47 "Black Mask" - 3:19 "Spread the Virus" - 3:40 "A Touch of Evil (Reprise)" - 1:32 Recording details Recorded at Western Works, Sheffield, May 1981. Stephen Mallinder: vocals, bass guitar, bongos. Richard H. Kirk: guitar strings, clarinet, horns, synthesizers. Chris Watson: Vox Continental organ, tape recorder Nik Allday - drums Produced by Cabaret Voltaire. All Tracks composed by Kirk/Mallinder/Watson, except "A Touch of Evil" by Henry Mancini, arr. Cabaret Voltaire. "A Touch of Evil" was originally composed to soundtrack Orson Welles's film of the same name. References ^ Lazell, Barry. Indie Hits 1980-1989 (Cherry Red books, 1997), p.311 ^ Reynolds, S. Rip it Up and Start Again: Postpunk 1978-1984 (Faber and Faber 2005), pp.171-2. v · d · eCabaret Voltaire Richard H. Kirk • Stephen Mallinder • Chris Watson Studio albums Mix-Up • The Voice of America • Red Mecca • 2x45 • The Crackdown • Micro-Phonies • The Covenant, The Sword, and the Arm of the Lord • Code • Groovy, Laidback and Nasty • Body and Soul • Plasticity • International Language • The Conversation Singles and EPs Extended Play • Nag Nag Nag • Silent Command • Three Mantras • Seconds Too Late • 3 Crépuscule Tracks • Eddie's Out • Yashar • Fools Game (Sluggin' fer Jesus Part 3) • Crackdown • Just Fascination • The Dream Ticket • Sensoria • James Brown • Drinking Gasoline • I Want You • Shakedown • The Drain Train • Don't Argue • Here To Go • Hypnotised • Keep On • Easy Life • Colours • What Is Real • Percussion Force • I Want You/Kino '92 • Nag Nag Nag (2002 re-release) Other albums 1974-1976 • Live at the Y.M.C.A. • Live at the Lyceum • Hai! (Live in Japan) • Johnny YesNo: The Original Soundtrack from the Motion Picture • Golden Moments of Cabaret Voltaire • Eight Crépuscule Tracks • Listen Up With Cabaret Voltaire • The Living Legends • Technology: Western Re-Works 1992 • Radiation (BBC Recordings '84/'86) • Remixed • The Original Sound of Sheffield '83/'87 • Conform to Deform '82/'90 • The Original Sound of Sheffield '78/'82 • Live at the Hacienda '83/'86 • Methodology '74/'78: The Attic Tapes • Archive (Live 1982-1986) Appearances A Factory Sample • C81 • A Diamond Hidden in the Mouth of a Corpse • Salvation! (original soundtrack • Wasted: The Best of Volume, Part I • Redefining the Prologue Videos Doublevision Presents: Cabaret Voltaire • Gasoline in Your Eye • Live at the Hacienda '83/'86