No, not Video on Demand, but the Voice of Destruction’s “Caught in the Act”.
Part of where my love for chip-music mixed with elements of the industrial genre comes from. The song rocks.
Here comes the sad part.
I have the song — the original — on a double compilation album called “Industrial Revolution”
Observe the sad face…
However, I kinda like the Digital Dance Mix that’ is available on a different compilation too! A rare copy of which you can LISTEN to, for example on Grooveshark, on the “Industrial Madness 3″ compilation.
So, I can buy it yes! YAY!
From amazon MP3, or iTunes. I get out the credit card. I’m not allowed to purchase this mp3 in my country. What? -Blink- ? I’m probably the only person that’s been interested in this fucking song in 5 years!
I will make it my life’s mission to find a pirate copy of this particular MP3 and publicly post it here you fuckwit, numbskulled record industry dumbfucks.
On the same awesome Industrial Revolution album however, was Throbbing Gristle, which later became Psychic TV. A fantastic song called “Hot on the heels of love”
Copies of which, Amazon MP3 will happily furnish me with, at $0.83. Unfortunately, I have it already, on said double CD.
Did I mention the dimwit dumbfuck skullduggery of record labels yet ?
So, to summarize I’ll leave you with The Revolting Cocks, which is pretty much how the music industry can be summarized.