Carlos Peron - Gold For Iron (1989) [West Germany 1st Press]
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Electronic, Synth-pop, New Wave, Experimental
1989 saw the release of Gold For Iron, which was the most lavish pop album to date by Carlos Peron. The album is an acute display of his stylistic divergence and variety. The spectrum ranges from the legendary Motorman to more subtle pop songs (such as The Spanish Fly, enriched with spoken word samples by Salvador Dali), influences from the Far East (Matin Indien), straight and demanding dance tracks (such as Los Alamos sung by Anthony More) and the industrial finale that resembles a symphony, (consisting of The Sketch and The Thrash), Gold For Iron can hardly be surpassed in its vibrancy and wealth of ideas.