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Peace and Love, Inc, the fourth album from Information Society is celebrating it's 30th anniversary, which was initially released on October 26, 1992. The track "300bps N, 8, 1 (Terminal Mode Or Ascii Download)" is actually a text file encoded as modem tones. When decoded, the content is a tale by Kurt Harland about a bizarre but purportedly true event that took place when the band was playing in the city of Curitiba, Brazil. The title track, which hit #10 on the Dance Chart, takes aim at corporate culture and blind conformity but the band envisions themselves as one that sells peace, love and truth.

Peace and Love, Inc, the fourth album from Information Society is celebrating it's 30th anniversary, which was initially released on October 26, 1992. The track "300bps N, 8, 1 (Terminal Mode Or Ascii Download)" is actually a text file encoded as modem tones. When decoded, the content is a tale by Kurt Harland about a bizarre but purportedly true event that took place when the band was playing in the city of Curitiba, Brazil. The title track, which hit #10 on the Dance Chart, takes aim at corporate culture and blind conformity but the band envisions themselves as one that sells peace, love and truth.

016998518724
Peace & Love, Inc. - 30th Anniversary
Artist: Information Society
Format: CD
New: In Stock $20.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Peace ; Love, Inc
2. Going, Going, Gone
3. To the City
4. Made to Be Broken
5. Still Here
6. 1,000,000 Watts of Love
7. Where Would I Be Without Ibm
8. To Be Free 9 If It's Real
9. Crybaby
10. Where the I Divides
11. Strength
12. Going, Going, Gone (Saber Vocal Mix)
13. Going, Going, Gone (Mindwarp Mix)
14. Peace ; Love, Inc. (Passion Mix)
15. Peace ; Love, Inc. (Disco Mosh Pit Mix)
16. (Silence)
17. 300BPS N, 8, 1, (Terminal Mode or Ascii Download)

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Peace and Love, Inc, the fourth album from Information Society is celebrating it's 30th anniversary, which was initially released on October 26, 1992. The track "300bps N, 8, 1 (Terminal Mode Or Ascii Download)" is actually a text file encoded as modem tones. When decoded, the content is a tale by Kurt Harland about a bizarre but purportedly true event that took place when the band was playing in the city of Curitiba, Brazil. The title track, which hit #10 on the Dance Chart, takes aim at corporate culture and blind conformity but the band envisions themselves as one that sells peace, love and truth.

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