Electronic - Get the Message - The Best of Electronic

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Artist:   Electronic
Album Name:   Get the Message - The Best of Electronic
Genre:   Rock
Tracks:   15
Relase Date:   19 September 2006
Country:   USA

Get the Message - The Best of Electronic (Electronic) Album Songs


Song TitleTime
1.Forbidden City (2006 Remastered) 4:03
2.Getting Away With It (2006 Remastered) 5:15
3.Get the Message (2006 Remastered UK 7" S.. 3:51
4.Feel Every Beat (2006 Remastered) 5:08
5.Disappointed (2006 Remastered 7" Single .. 4:23
6.Vivid (Radio Edit) (2006 Remastered Sing.. 3:48
7.Second Nature (2006 Remastered) 4:55
8.All That I Need (2006 Remastered Single .. 4:16
9.Prodigal Son (2006 Remastered) 7:08
10.For You (2006 Remastered) 4:52
11.Imitation of Life (New Edit) (2006 Remas.. 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

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  • marty noel
    5 stars
    “MESSAGE”. REVIEWERS NOTES WHILE ON THE 720 🚎 BUS:—“MESSAGE”WAS ONE OF THE FIRST EXAMPLES OF WHAT WOULD LATER BECOME “HOUSE MUSIC.” —“MESSAGE”MAY HAVE SEALED THE DEATH KNELL FOR TRAD.TOP 40 📻 RADIO,AS IT SEEMED TO MARK THE WAY TOWARD VIRAL. —THE PRODUCTION VALUES FOR”M”AS WELL AS IT’S CONTENT—MULTI SEXUAL-ISM- WERE AT LEAST 10 YEARS AHEAD OF IT’S TIME. —THE”MESSAGE-GOTTEN”WAS/IS..........FOREVER NOW! M.NOEL AKA;”REVOLUTION ROCK”
  • TheMartinator
    5 stars
    Simply amazing!. Electronic has some of the lead singers from Pet Shop Boys, and New Order. Electronic is really just a duo band. Duo bands are just amazing! I wonder how two guys in a duo band play a bunch of instruments all together at once? If you love Pet Shop Boys and New Order like I do, you'll love this album. This album has good mix of Pop, Electronic, and Rock! This is great work!
  • jpellow
    5 stars
    Craving more New Order? Give Electronic a shot!. I couldn't find this comp anywhere until I was in an Irish record store and there it was. Definately a great album. I have since bought their cds and I recommend this for a starter. The remastering sounds great, you'll be suprised that you already probably know some of the songs.
  • Amedeo29
    4 stars
    You won't be disappointed with the track "Disappointed". Its excellent. Too bad Reality, Tighten Up, Patience of a Saint, and Gangster aren't here, and Forbidden City opens the album (so boring)
  • kwillie
    3 stars
    If possible, start with the first album, self titled,. released in '91. Great, classic and relevant. Two British musical geniuses (not 3 - sorry Neil) at the top of their creativity and talent. Influential. 10 stars out of 5. Then don't expect much from anything afterward, and maybe you'll find something likeable, ala carte. I play 2 or 3 cuts when I dj and people flock up to the booth. This compilation has some of the songs, but not all.
  • djxs03
    2 stars
    Forget this compilation..... get the one and only Electronic album that matters: their debut "Electronic". It's the only album that reflects their name in true form. All the albums that followed this sound like New Order and The Smiths without Morrisey.
  • Vivahate
    5 stars
    Good stuff. Their first album blew me away. Good to see a rehash hear for no other reason than to bring back some good memories
  • fnydude
    5 stars
    Take me back!. Great songs and great singers! Need anything else? I love New order and Pet Shop Boys so I loved this also. I didnt buy the entire Cd but I am sure I will.
  • denn333
    1 stars
    Frankly a remix album would have been more interesting.. (none)
  • DjBrian
    5 stars
    SO GOOD. LOVED these guys in the 80s...Get The Message is one of my all-time favorite songs..though I would have preferred the full-length version here...so check out their other stuff...Their songs remain fresh and vibrant today...very melodic with a great beat, and wonderful musicality.
  • The Bitter Herb
    1 stars
    Disappointed (not the track). What a tragedy that this collection of remastered tracks does not include my all time favorites: Reality from "Electronic" Try All You Want from "Electronic" Free Will (Extended Mix) from "Get The Message (Single) (US)" Dark Angel from "Raise The Pressure" Until The End Of Time from "Raise The Pressure" Rhino, how could do do this to me?
  • blastik
    4 stars
    a nice reminder. It's great to see these songs remastered, but I have to agree with another reviewer about the exclusion of "Tighten Up". That's the only problem with collections like these; you'll always get a few glaring omissions while others that are included probably shouldn't be. For those of you just getting into these guys, I highly recommend you start with their debut album released in 1991. To me, it was always the logical follow up to New Order's 'Technique' album, and it's better than any New Order album made since then. Quite honestly, I'm not buying this slick and remastered new package, I'm simply listening to the three albums in their entirety. How about remastering the albums proper???
  • Migashi
    4 stars
    The songs.... The songs sound Great. They arent the best, But I must add they are great. They are a little slow, a lot of 'em, But Just wonderful!
  • yukifanatic
    5 stars
    Still going strong. I've loved Electronic for almost 15years. This album has a great range of their best work.
  • Ing
    5 stars
    Excellent collection, as an introduction.... For the collector of all that is New Order, this collection offers little, unless you missed out on some of the b-sides, you get a couple here: All That I Need" and "Imitation of Life." Unfortunately, these and many other tracks are edited/single versions which makes for a letdown, but for those who did not buy any of the Electronic cds, this is a great introduction. Next, hunt down "Twisted Tenderness" one of the BEST New Order related discs ever. Of course, "Electronic" and "Raise The Pressure" are also worthy of owning, and in that order. If you love New Order, and Johnny Marr, you'll love this cd!
  • San Antonio Aggie
    5 stars
    A good surprise to an exhausting day. Thanks for the album. Looking forward to listening on long commutes from San Antonio to Austin.
  • DocC
    5 stars
    UK's Post-Punk Supergroup. Consisting of integral members of three of Great Britain's greatest bands, Bernard Sumner (Joy Division and New Order) and Johnny Marr (The Smiths), Electronic burst onto the scene in 1989. Their debut single, "Getting Away With It" (with Pet Shop Boys' Neil Tennant) was a smash in the UK and a respectable hit in the US. "Get the Message" collects all of Electronic's greatest singles from their three albums, "Electronic," "Raise the Pressure," and "Twisted Tenderness." All of the tracks are remastered. Single versions of "Get the Message,""Vivid, and "Late at Night" are included, as is the track "Disappointed" (also with Neil Tennant) which was previously available on the "Cool World" soundtrack, and "Imitation of Life," the B-side of "Forbidden City." Standout tracks include "Vivid," "Second Nature," "Forbidden City," and "Twisted Tenderness. Sadly missing are "Patience of a Saint" and "Dark Angel." A must own for New Order and Pet Shop Boys fans.
  • Cinci-T
    3 stars
    Be Careful. Not much to say other than any Greatest Hits by Electronic can't be that great if it doesn't include "Tighten Up".
  • marty noel
    5 stars
    “MESSAGE”. REVIEWERS NOTES WHILE ON THE 720 🚎 BUS:—“MESSAGE”WAS ONE OF THE FIRST EXAMPLES OF WHAT WOULD LATER BECOME “HOUSE MUSIC.” —“MESSAGE”MAY HAVE SEALED THE DEATH KNELL FOR TRAD.TOP 40 📻 RADIO,AS IT SEEMED TO MARK THE WAY TOWARD VIRAL. —THE PRODUCTION VALUES FOR”M”AS WELL AS IT’S CONTENT—MULTI SEXUAL-ISM- WERE AT LEAST 10 YEARS AHEAD OF IT’S TIME. —THE”MESSAGE-GOTTEN”WAS/IS..........FOREVER NOW! M.NOEL AKA;”REVOLUTION ROCK”
  • TheMartinator
    5 stars
    Simply amazing!. Electronic has some of the lead singers from Pet Shop Boys, and New Order. Electronic is really just a duo band. Duo bands are just amazing! I wonder how two guys in a duo band play a bunch of instruments all together at once? If you love Pet Shop Boys and New Order like I do, you'll love this album. This album has good mix of Pop, Electronic, and Rock! This is great work!
  • jpellow
    5 stars
    Craving more New Order? Give Electronic a shot!. I couldn't find this comp anywhere until I was in an Irish record store and there it was. Definately a great album. I have since bought their cds and I recommend this for a starter. The remastering sounds great, you'll be suprised that you already probably know some of the songs.
  • Amedeo29
    4 stars
    You won't be disappointed with the track "Disappointed". Its excellent. Too bad Reality, Tighten Up, Patience of a Saint, and Gangster aren't here, and Forbidden City opens the album (so boring)
  • kwillie
    3 stars
    If possible, start with the first album, self titled,. released in '91. Great, classic and relevant. Two British musical geniuses (not 3 - sorry Neil) at the top of their creativity and talent. Influential. 10 stars out of 5. Then don't expect much from anything afterward, and maybe you'll find something likeable, ala carte. I play 2 or 3 cuts when I dj and people flock up to the booth. This compilation has some of the songs, but not all.
  • djxs03
    2 stars
    Forget this compilation..... get the one and only Electronic album that matters: their debut "Electronic". It's the only album that reflects their name in true form. All the albums that followed this sound like New Order and The Smiths without Morrisey.
  • Vivahate
    5 stars
    Good stuff. Their first album blew me away. Good to see a rehash hear for no other reason than to bring back some good memories
  • fnydude
    5 stars
    Take me back!. Great songs and great singers! Need anything else? I love New order and Pet Shop Boys so I loved this also. I didnt buy the entire Cd but I am sure I will.
  • denn333
    1 stars
    Frankly a remix album would have been more interesting.. (none)
  • DjBrian
    5 stars
    SO GOOD. LOVED these guys in the 80s...Get The Message is one of my all-time favorite songs..though I would have preferred the full-length version here...so check out their other stuff...Their songs remain fresh and vibrant today...very melodic with a great beat, and wonderful musicality.
  • The Bitter Herb
    1 stars
    Disappointed (not the track). What a tragedy that this collection of remastered tracks does not include my all time favorites: Reality from "Electronic" Try All You Want from "Electronic" Free Will (Extended Mix) from "Get The Message (Single) (US)" Dark Angel from "Raise The Pressure" Until The End Of Time from "Raise The Pressure" Rhino, how could do do this to me?
  • blastik
    4 stars
    a nice reminder. It's great to see these songs remastered, but I have to agree with another reviewer about the exclusion of "Tighten Up". That's the only problem with collections like these; you'll always get a few glaring omissions while others that are included probably shouldn't be. For those of you just getting into these guys, I highly recommend you start with their debut album released in 1991. To me, it was always the logical follow up to New Order's 'Technique' album, and it's better than any New Order album made since then. Quite honestly, I'm not buying this slick and remastered new package, I'm simply listening to the three albums in their entirety. How about remastering the albums proper???
  • Migashi
    4 stars
    The songs.... The songs sound Great. They arent the best, But I must add they are great. They are a little slow, a lot of 'em, But Just wonderful!
  • yukifanatic
    5 stars
    Still going strong. I've loved Electronic for almost 15years. This album has a great range of their best work.
  • Ing
    5 stars
    Excellent collection, as an introduction.... For the collector of all that is New Order, this collection offers little, unless you missed out on some of the b-sides, you get a couple here: All That I Need" and "Imitation of Life." Unfortunately, these and many other tracks are edited/single versions which makes for a letdown, but for those who did not buy any of the Electronic cds, this is a great introduction. Next, hunt down "Twisted Tenderness" one of the BEST New Order related discs ever. Of course, "Electronic" and "Raise The Pressure" are also worthy of owning, and in that order. If you love New Order, and Johnny Marr, you'll love this cd!
  • San Antonio Aggie
    5 stars
    A good surprise to an exhausting day. Thanks for the album. Looking forward to listening on long commutes from San Antonio to Austin.
  • DocC
    5 stars
    UK's Post-Punk Supergroup. Consisting of integral members of three of Great Britain's greatest bands, Bernard Sumner (Joy Division and New Order) and Johnny Marr (The Smiths), Electronic burst onto the scene in 1989. Their debut single, "Getting Away With It" (with Pet Shop Boys' Neil Tennant) was a smash in the UK and a respectable hit in the US. "Get the Message" collects all of Electronic's greatest singles from their three albums, "Electronic," "Raise the Pressure," and "Twisted Tenderness." All of the tracks are remastered. Single versions of "Get the Message,""Vivid, and "Late at Night" are included, as is the track "Disappointed" (also with Neil Tennant) which was previously available on the "Cool World" soundtrack, and "Imitation of Life," the B-side of "Forbidden City." Standout tracks include "Vivid," "Second Nature," "Forbidden City," and "Twisted Tenderness. Sadly missing are "Patience of a Saint" and "Dark Angel." A must own for New Order and Pet Shop Boys fans.
  • Cinci-T
    3 stars
    Be Careful. Not much to say other than any Greatest Hits by Electronic can't be that great if it doesn't include "Tighten Up".

Electronic - Get the Message - The Best of Electronic Album Wiki

Get the Message is a compilation album by the Johnny Marr/Bernard Sumner band Electronic, released in September 2006 (see 2006 in music). It is the first career-spanning collection of the band; a 1999 Japanese compilation was cancelled just before release..