Belfegore
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  • Long Out of Print 1984 Album from German Post-Punk/New Wave Band Belfegore

  • Produced by Famed Krautrock Producer Conny Plank (Kraftwerk, Neu!, Cluster, Guru Guru)

  • Includes Six Bonus Tracks

  • "All That I Wanted" Was Featured in David Fincher's Film Adaptation
    of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo

  • Notes and Design by Long-Time Fan Tom D. Kline 

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 BELFEGORE: Belfegore (Deluxe Edition). CD

 Perhaps best known (until director David Fincher used “All That I Wanted” in his 2011 film adaptation of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo) for opening for U2 on their Unforgettable Fire tour, Belfegore started out as a German new wave band, but by the time this, their 1984 major label debut for Elektra, came out, they had moved in a harder, more industrial direction. Famed producer Conny Plank (Kraftwerk, Neu!, Guru Guru, Cluster) lent the record a simultaneously driving yet atmospheric sound, one which continues to attract a significant Goth following today (and will appeal to fans of Public Image Limited and Killing Joke). Our Real Gone reissue features no less than six bonus tracks taken from 12-inch releases, with notes and design by long-time fan Tom D. Kline.

Tracks:

1.   All That I Wanted

2.   Questions

3.   Love

4.   Wake Up with Sirens

5.   Seabird, Seamoan

6.   Don’t You Run

7.   Comic with Rats Now

8.   Into the Dungeon

9.   Belfegore

Bonus Tracks

10. Wake Up with Sirens (Vocal/Remix

11. Seabird, Seamoan (Vocal/Remix)

12. All That I Wanted (Vocal/Edit)

13. All That I Wanted (Instrumental/Dub)

14. All That I Wanted (Extended Club Mix)

15. All That I Wanted (Guitar Version)

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