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Golden Section Plus
Genres: Dance & Electronic, New Age, Pop, Rock
First ever CD reissue (outside of Japan) for the Ultravox founder's 1983 album for Virgin. Includes six bonus tracks culled from B-sides & on CD for the first time 'Dance With Me', 'The Lifting Sky', 'Annexe', 'Wings An... more »
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First ever CD reissue (outside of Japan) for the Ultravox founder's 1983 album for Virgin. Includes six bonus tracks culled from B-sides & on CD for the first time 'Dance With Me', 'The Lifting Sky', 'Annexe', 'Wings And A Wind', 'A Kind Of Wave' & 'A Woman On A Stairway'. 2001
The ULTIMATE 80s synthdance LP you never knew existed
Daniel W. Kelly | Long Island, NY United States | 02/05/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"On his third solo CD from 1983, ex-Ultravox man John Foxx pretty much discarded the experimental synth sounds that isolated lovers of melodic new wave, and went for a full force synthdance album, featuring thumping drum machines, swirling synth sequences, muted, melodic new wave guitar licks, and of course, bored, monotone vocals. Remember the perfection that was Peter Godwin's "Images of Heaven?" Well, this CD has images of that. It's like Depeche Mode, Ultravox, Book of Love, Erasure, OMD, and every other group that comes to mind in that bunch all rolled into one. This is my favorite Foxx CD. After hearing it, I was immediately compelled to hunt down all the 12" dance mix singles that were spawned from it. Foxx's 1985 "In Mysterious Ways" album is a pretty good follow-up, although not quite as strong as this one."
The Metaphysical Section
Arnaeus | Australia | 10/13/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This is by far the outstanding Foxx CD. Two of his best and under-appreciated tracks are found here - Your Dress and Endlessly. It is a shame the 12 inch version of the latter is absent. However, the bonus tracks are a delight. The Lifting Sky is outstanding and while a little light, A Kind of Wave is a delight."