Complete your Xmal Deutschland collection. Two albums into their career, one of 4AD’s hidden gems Xmal Deutschland jumped ship and released via their own label -fittingly named Xile- a true masterwork of the era: 1987’s ‘Viva’. Now you probably are wondering why it is you haven’t heard of this one or perhaps why even in 2017 it remains out of print, here’s the main reason: distribution.
Viva represents how Xmal Deutschland mellowed with age. No longer kicking and screaming like Siouxsie & the Banshees in their punk days, Xmal Deutschland tone down the dissonance and funereal atmospherics in Viva. Fans of the group's chaotic early records might disagree, but Viva is Xmal Deutschland's finest moment. Xmal Deutschland aren't trying to be scary anymore - their 1982 single "Incubus Succubus" was creepy stuff - just beautifully depressed
Viva (Xmal Deutschland album). For the album of the same name by La Düsseldorf, see Viva (La Düsseldorf album). Viva was Xmal Deutschland's third album, released in 1987. Matador" was produced by the Stranglers's Hugh Cornwell and was released as a single in the UK in 1986.
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