Hack is an album by the freestyle synthpop band Information Society. The album sold quite well but did not outsell the band's first album. It is the only ted title that has the modern Tommy Boy Records logo on it. The menacing car on the cover is "Vector", Kurt Harland's heavily customized 1973 Plymouth Satellite Sebring. The cassette tape for this album used an unusual naming convention for the sides. Instead of 1 and 2 or A and B, there was the Gilligan Side and the Skipper Side.
Performer – Information Society (tracks: 2 to 7, 9 to 15), Think Tank (tracks: 1, 4, 8, 11). Photography By – Janette Beckman. Producer – Fred Maher, Information Society
Performer – Information Society (tracks: A2 to A7, B9 to B15), Think Tank (tracks: A1, A4, B8, B11). Photography – Janette Beckman. Producer – Fred Maher, Information Society. Programmed By – Fred Maher (tracks: B9, B13, B14), Information Society (tracks: A3, A4, A7, B9 to B11), Kurt Harland Valaquen (tracks: A1, B8, B9, B13, B14), Paul Robb (tracks: 2 to 7, 10 to 12, 15). Songwriter – Information Society (tracks: A3, A4, A7, B9 to B11), Kurt Harland Valaquen (tracks: A1, A6, B8, B9, B13, B14), Paul Robb (tracks: A2 to A7, B10 to B12, B15)
The band released the more experimental Hack in 1990; although it contains a few tunes that are just as good as those on the debut, the album is marred considerably by repetition and excess. Think," the first single, became a minor hit single in 1990, with good reason; the tune could have fit in quite well with the insanely catchy dance pop of the debut. Unfortunately, there are only a handful of tracks on Hack that show off Information Society's strengths
Hack 1, 17. Charlie X, 18. If Only, 19. Come With Me, 20. Slipping Away, 21. Here Is Kazmeyer, 22. Chemistry. More albums from Information Society: Information Society by Information Society. Don’t Be Afraid by Information Society. Peace And Love, Inc. by Information Society. Creatures Of Influence by Information Society. View all albums . Hack.
Think, Wenn Wellen Schwingen, 05:05. A Knife and a Fork, . Hard Currency, 02:33.
Hack is an album by the freestyle synthpop band Information Society. Contents. An 18 second sample of "Seek 200" that demonstrates the harsher sound that was used on this album compared with the debut album. Problems playing this file? See media help. Riding on the success of its self-titled major-label debut, Harland decided to have the band experiment on this album with a more radical, harsher sound. The other members agreed somewhat, feeling that they.
Bought this CD as I only owned Information Society's self-titled album & was looking to expand my collection of their music. Have to say, I really, really loved this CD. I always heard the song "Think", & "Now That I Have You" & I stumbled on "Slipping Away" years ago, which I completely fell in love with. Can't live without my Hack CD - love love love it!!! Can't wait for the Regeneration Tour at the Greek!!! Yay!
|3.1||Wenn Wellen Schwingen|
|4.0||A Knife And A Fork / R.I.P.|
|5.0||Now That I Have You|
|7.0||Can't Slow Down|
|9.1||CP Drill KKL|
|10.1||We Don't Take|
|13.0||Come With Me|
|14.1||Here Is Kazmeyer|
|9 26258-2||Information Society||Hack (CD, Album)||Tommy Boy, Reprise Records||9 26258-2||US||1990|
|TB2 26258||Information Society||Hack (CD, Album, Club)||Tommy Boy, Reprise Records, Columbia House||TB2 26258||US||1990|
|CSCS 5274||Information Society||Hack (CD, Album, Promo)||CBS/Sony||CSCS 5274||Japan||1990|
|492.009||Information Society||Hack (LP, Album)||Stiletto||492.009||Brazil||1990|
|TBLP 26258||Information Society||Hack (LP, Album)||Tommy Boy, Reprise Records||TBLP 26258||US||1990|