In Cabaret Voltaire's case, their early training as media guerillas vested them with the mobility to slip in and out of the mainstream earshot almost at will. As yet to be properly pinned down, they've sustained a campaign of civil and dancehall disobedience through more than 15 years. Filtering influences as diverse as Stockhausen, Can, early Roxy Music, Velvet Underground and James Brown through various tape and electronic devices, they have in turn infiltrated all manner of heresies and subversions into the often conservative territory of dance music.
-Biba Koph, 1990
[I have a cross stitch version of the above quote framed and prominently displayed in my house - like some might have Footprints in the Sand or the Lord's Prayer or some shit.]
Cabaret Voltaire - Nag Nag Nag 
Cabaret Voltaire - I Want You 
Cabaret Voltaire - Ghostalk