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Peace & Love, Inc is a fantastic album with a mix of styles and sounds that is sure to please anyone - even if you're not into "early 90s pop," Information Society is intelligent, catchy and unique enough that just about anyone will find something to love. Star tracks on this album are "To Be Free," a haunting ballad of sorts, "Peace & Love, Inc," the electrically charged techno-pop anthem for which the album is named, and "Where Would I Be Without IBM," a catchy, tongue-in-cheek synthpop track. Don't miss this classic release!


Well this album is the last of one of the most creative duos in sinth pop. Kurt (vocals) and Paul Rob(sinths) proved for a third time why they are the fathers of sampling. Their unique sound in imposible to imitate and this album like the rest of their work is a sound gem that served as inspiration to pop, dance and (you will be surprised) hip-hop artists today.

The majority of the tracks are TERRIFIC, but...

I have to agree with the reviewer above who says that "Made to Be Broken" and "Still Here" are just not up to par with the rest of the album. I do, however, very much like "1,000,000 Watts of Love", and it's funky cowbell-sprinkled beat. It's a strong album, and I've always thought this band deserved more fame than they received...but this is coming from a devoted INSOC fan from 1988's debut on. If you liked "What's on Your Mind?", there's a lot to love on this third album.


Formed: 1982 in Minneapolis, MN

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '80s

An agreeable dance outfit with ties to industrial music, techno, and funk plus an equally appreciable pop sense, Information Society hit the dance clubs and later the charts with their infectious breakout single, 1988's "What's on Your Mind (Pure Energy)." The group, a quartet formed in Minneapolis by James Cassidy, Paul Robb, Kurt Harland (aka Kurt Valaquen), and Amanda Kramer, signed to Tommy Boy Records a few years later and recorded a self-titled debut album. The single "What's on Your Mind (Pure...
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