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1993 - Tommy Boy Records
Catalogue TBCD 555

Going, Going, Gone single

This was the second single released for the third album, "Peace & Love, Inc. As those of you who have this single know, "re-mixes" continued to move away from having any connection with the original song. However, the bright spot on this CD is the wonderful Danny Saber "re-mix". He basically just did an agressive guitar version of the song, and it sounds REALLY COOL.
I have to say, I do not understand this cover art at all. What does this have to do with the record? It's as though Reprise just had it laying around beforehand, or something.
The song "Strength", released as a "B-Side" for this single, was originally intended to be on the P&LI; album, but we decided to leave for a bonus track instead. It's a pretty good song, and this is the only place you can get it.
This was the last record released with Tommy Boy/Warner-Reprise.

Equipment used on this album included:
Voyetra's Sequencer Plus Gold MIDI sequencing software
A Synclavier
Some really strange Buchla synth
A Serge modular analogue synth which took up one whole wall
Akai S-1000 samplers
Roland D-110
Roland U-110
Roland MKS-80
Roland MKS-50
Roland D-50
E-MU Proteus
Oberheim Matrix 1000

Song Clips

Trk. # Song title Audio Excerpt Comments
Going, Going, Gone.
(Album Version)
Thank god for E-MU...
Going, Going, Gone.
(Mannequins mix)
Going, Going, Gone.
(Mindwarp mix)
People die in the desert...
Going, Going, Gone.
(Saber vocal mix)
Going, Going, Gone.
(Trance mix)
Going, Going, Gone.
(Strange dub)

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