Absolute Body Control releases ‘Wind(Re)Wind’ with bonus tracks on as a 2LP black vinyl set
In 2007 the Belgian act Absolute Body Control (aka Dirk Ivens and Eric Van Wonterghem) re-formed and released “Wind[Re] Wind” on a very limited picture disc LP and later on CD including updated and re-recorded versions of their best tracks.
Now, almost a decade after the first pressing, “Wind[Re] Wind” is relaunched including all the 13 tracks from the CD plus two new versions (“Waving Hands” and “The Man I Wanna Be”) and a live recording from WGT 2007 (previously available only on a limited CD).
You can order this limited 2LP set right here. More Absolute Body Control releases can be found here.
Absolute Body Control was formed by Dirk Ivens in 1980 and joined by Eric Van Wonterghem just after releasing the first single “Is There an Exit?”. After a few years, the band members all went their separate ways and started up other acts such as The Klinik, Dive, Sonar, Monolith and Insekt.
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