Surrender is a compilation album by the American electronic music duo, Suicide. The album was released on October 16, 2000, by the record label, Blast First. The album features a collection of remastered tracks from the band’s first three studio albums: Suicide (1977), Alan Vega and Martin Rev (1980), and Half Alive (1981).
Suicide’s music has been described as a blend of electronic, punk, and avant-garde styles. The duo consisted of vocalist Alan Vega and keyboardist Martin Rev. Their music has been influential in the development of various genres, including synth-pop, industrial, and techno.
The album Surrender includes some of Suicide’s most well-known tracks, including “Ghost Rider,” “Cheree,” and “Dream Baby Dream.” The album also includes previously unreleased live versions of “Harlem” and “Surrender.”
Overall, Surrender is a great introduction to Suicide’s unique sound and a must-have for fans of electronic and experimental music.
Surrender: A Collection by Suicide
Track 1: Dominic Christ
Track 2: Diamonds, Fur Coat, Champagne
Track 3: Harlem
Track 4: Rocket USA
Track 5: Cheree
Track 6: Dream Baby Dream
Track 7: Touch Me
Track 8: Ghost Rider
Track 9: Mr. Ray
Track 1: Surrender
Track 2: Why Be Blue?
Track 3: Wrong Decisions
Track 4: Dachau, Disney, Disco
Track 5: Radiation
Track 6: Girl
Track 7: Frankie Teardrop (First Version)