A CERTAIN RATIO - I'd Like To See You Again - CD - LTMCD2438
Autores: A Certain Ratio, Simon Topping, Donald Johnson, Jeremy Kerr, Peter Terrell, Martin Moscrop
Editor: LTM Recordings (2005)
Formato: CD, remastered
Géneros: Electronic, Leftfield, Jazzdance, Synth-Pop, Post-Punk, Funk
1 / Touch / 5:04
2 / Saturn / 3:50
3 / Hot Knights / 3:52
4 / I'd Like To See You Again / 5:13
5 / Show Case / 3:12
6 / Sesamo Apriti - Corco Vada / 3:52
7 / Axis / 6:27
8 / Guess Who / 5:00
9 / Knife Slits Water (7") / 3:52
10 / Tumba Rumba / 2:34
11 / I Need Someone Tonite / 5:34
12 / Guess Who (Remix) / 3:59
13 / Knife Slits Water (12") / 9:32
Expanded CD edition of the third album by A Certain Ratio, originally released on Factory in October 1982 (Fact 65).
The last album to feature the original quintet of Donald Johnson, Jeremy Kerr, Martin Moscrop, Simon Topping and Peter Terrell, I'd Like To See You Again saw the band move from the spooked ambience of Sextet towards a more stripped-down funk sound, influenced by the latin and electro scene in New York. Stand-out tracks include Touch, vocoder workout Show Case and minimalist electro single Guess Who?
Five bonus tracks have been added to this remaster. These include the 7" and 12" versions of dancefloor favourite Knife Slits Water, flipside Tumba Rhumba, an exclusive remix of Guess Who?, and overlooked 1983 single I Need Someone Tonite, the first ACR record to feature keys player Andy Connell. Design by AGIDI.