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Gold for iron


 
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31.03.2006
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01 Motorman
02 Afro Infernal
03 We-U-Wee-Ah!
04 Los Alamos
05 Be With You
06 The Spanish Fly
07 Matin Indien
08 The Caterina Ho
09 Espace Ouvert
10 The Sketch
11 The Thrash
12 Los Alamos (cutmix) (Bonus Track)
13 Be With You (stringmix) (BonusTrack)
14 The Spanish Fly (maximix) (Bonus Track)
15 Afro Infernal (longmix) (BonusTrack)
16 By By Rock Hudson (Bonus Track)
17 The One (Bonus Track)
18 The Caterina Ho (sinlgemix) (Bonus Track)
01 Motorman (Kadach Racing goes Bahrain Mix)
02 Motorman (Kadach Racing rocks Europe Mix)
03 Motorman (Sponsor Mix)
04 Motorman (Perón & Sorroth Metal Mix)
 
05 Motorman (Team engineer Mix)
06 Motorman In Monza
07 Motorman (original long mix from LP ?Gold For Iron?)
08 After The Victory
09 The Spanish Fly
 
 
Originally Released 1989

1989 saw the release of “Gold For Iron”, which was the most lavish pop album to date by Carlos Perón. The album is an acute display of his stylistic divergence and variety.

Ranging from the legendary “Motorman” to more subtle pop songs (such as “The Spanish Fly”, enriched with spoken word samples by Salvador Dali), influences from the Far East (“Matin Indien”), straight and demanding dance tracks (such as “Los Alamos” sung by Anthony More), and the industrial finale that resembles a symphony, consisting of “The Sketch” and “The Thrash”. The album can hardly be surpassed in its vibrancy and wealth of ideas.
 
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