By Bad Seed
I believe this is from a 1982 music festival in Dusseldorf.
Germany's Liaisons Dangereuses was a group that pioneered industrial dance music with their lone self-titled 1981 album. Beate Bartel (founding member of Einstürzende Neubauten, Mania D and Matador) and Chrislo Haas (founding member of DAF, member of Minus Delta T and Crime & the City Solution) formed the group in 1981 with vocalist Krishna Goineau; the group recorded a series of four ten-minute cassettes and then formed their only album from them. The group made several live appearances throughout the remainder of 1981 and 1982 and were occasionally joined by Anita Lane (Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds) and Hideto Sasaki. Liaisons Dangereuses was originally issued by Teldec Import Services and was picked up by a couple other labels shortly thereafter. Once copies of a 1985 reissue on Roadrunner dried up, the album became an extremely sought-after collector's item, thanks in no small part to the number of prominent DJs -- primarily from Chicago's house and Detroit's techno scenes -- who frequently spun the album's "Los Niños del Parque." Hit Thing reissued the album on CD again in early 2003.
Liaisons Dangereuses official website:
Their self-titled album is a must-have an available as a remastered CD from Hit Thing (www.hit-thing.com) and good import and DJ record shops.
Link to the DVD compilation this is from:
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