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Announcing… the definitive, deluxe edition of one of the 80s most inspiring albums, Propaganda’s A Secret Wish, which celebrates its 25th anniversary this year.
Featuring the hit singles Duel, Dr. Mabuse and p:Machinery and produced by Trevor Horn and Steve Lipson, this is the album that inspired a generation of synthpop, dance and electronica.
This deluxe edition includes the original album plus all of the cassette/vinyl-only mixes on Disc One, complete with guest appearances from David Sylvian, Steve Howe and Glenn Gregory. Disc Two adds a wealth of bonus material including the complete, unexpurgated 20-minute cassette mix of Duel, Trevor Horn’s previously unreleased Thousand Eyes… remix of Dr. Mabuse, a works-in-progress version of The Chase, and a previously unreleased 12” remix of Sorry For Laughing by Paul Morley.
Cited as a major inspiration by Depeche Mode’s Martin Gore, Propaganda’s A Secret Wish continues to send ripples through pop music. Some might know Dr. Mabuse as the first ever video by Anton Corbijn. Others the classic film soundtracks like Luc Besson’s Subway (Murder of Love) and John Hughes’ Some Kind of Wonderful (Dr. Mabuse). Pop fans might know Duel from the recent cover by Sophie Ellis-Bextor…