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Cabaret Voltaire

[1] The historical Cabaret Voltaire was situated in Zürich, where it served as the stage for a lot of the major Dada-performances[?]. It was founded on February, 5th 1916 by Hugo Ball.

[2] Cabaret Voltaire is the name of a painting by Marcel Janko[?], 1916.

[3] Cabaret Voltaire is a post-punk industrial and electronica band, consisting of Stephen Mallinder[?], Chris Watson[?] and Richard H. Kirk[?]. Their earliest performances were dadaist-inspired performance art. In 1978 (1978 in music), Cabaret Voltaire signed to Rough Trade[?] and began releasing punk-influenced albums of experimental music.

In 1983 (1983 in music), Cabaret Voltaire began moving towards dance music, with "Sensoria" and "James Brown" charting on the indie charts. In 1986 (1986 in music), the band released The Code[?], followed by Groovy, Laidback & Nasty[?] in 1988 (1988 in music). Since, Kirk has begun a solo career under several names, while Mallinder has relocated to Australia.

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