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Get the Message - The Best of Electronic


Download links and information about Get the Message - The Best of Electronic by Electronic. This album was released in 2006 and it belongs to Electronica, Rock, Dancefloor, Pop, Dance Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 15 tracks with total duration of 01:10:08 minutes.

Artist: Electronic
Release date: 2006
Genre: Electronica, Rock, Dancefloor, Pop, Dance Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 15
Duration: 01:10:08
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No. Title Length
1. Forbidden City (2006 Remastered) 4:03
2. Getting Away With It (2006 Remastered) 5:15
3. Get the Message (2006 Remastered UK 7" Single Mix) 3:51
4. Feel Every Beat (2006 Remastered) 5:08
5. Disappointed (2006 Remastered 7" Single Mix) 4:23
6. Vivid (Radio Edit) (2006 Remastered Single Version) 3:48
7. Second Nature (2006 Remastered) 4:55
8. All That I Need (2006 Remastered Single Version) 4:16
9. Prodigal Son (2006 Remastered) 7:08
10. For You (2006 Remastered) 4:52
11. Imitation of Life (New Edit) (2006 Remastered Single Version) 3:46
12. Out of My League (2006 Remastered) 4:36
13. Like No Other (2006 Remastered) 4:39
14. Twisted Tenderness (2006 Remastered) 5:30
15. Late Night Radio (2006 Remastered) 3:58



Johnny Marr has made a life of collaborating with hyperverbal frontmen. His years as the Smiths’ jangle-guitar hero done, Marr and New Order’s Bernard Sumner came together as the nucleus of Electronic. Get the Message combines songs from their three albums and a forgotten soundtrack appearance. Inspired by the late-’80s’ explosion of dance-music culture in England, they married the new sounds with Marr’s style for a twist on the combination New Order had been forging for years. Sumner’s defiant sad-sack persona birthed classic lines such as “I’ve been walking in the rain just to get wet on purpose” (from the band’s debut single, “Getting Away With It,” which also featured Pet Shop Boys Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe) and the sideways Lou Reed tribute “I always thought of you as my brick wall” (“Get the Message”). While not as mighty as Sumner’s world-changing contributions to New Order, the music contains hints of what was to come with their Get Ready. This is must-hear stuff for fans of any of these guys.