As Is (Nitzer Ebb EP)
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|Released||10 June 1991|
|Recorded||1991 at Worldwide International, London|
|Nitzer Ebb chronology|
As Is is an EP by Industrial / EBM artists Nitzer Ebb, released prior to their fourth album 'Ebbhead' on LP, Compact Disc, and cassette by Mute Records (as MUTE122) in the United Kingdom and Geffen/MCA Records (GEF-21658) in the United States. It features four tracks, each mixed by a different artist / producer. The first track, 'Family Man' is the only one to feature on Ebbhead and appears here in a different form to that on the album. It was mixed by Jaz Coleman, vocalist and frontman of English post-punk band Killing Joke. The second track, 'Lovesick' was mixed by Flood who produced the band's second and third albums, Belief and Showtime as well as the previously mentioned Ebbhead. The third track, 'Come Alive' was mixed by Alan Wilder of Depeche Mode, who would eventually be drafted in to co-produce Ebbhead. The last track, 'Higher' was mixed by Barry Adamson and PK (also known as Paul Kendall). Barry Adamson was the bassist for Howard Devoto's Magazine and Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds and PK is an engineer/producer who has worked mainly for Mute Records on various Depeche Mode and Flood projects.
All tracks by Nitzer Ebb
- "Family Man" – 3:56
- "Lovesick" – 4:00
- "Come Alive" – 6:12
- "Higher" – 5:50
- Horst, Dirk (2011). Synthiepop - Die gefühlvolle Kälte: Geschichten des Synthiepop. Books on Demand. p. 177. ISBN 9783842334229.
- Nitzer Ebb & Alan Wilder At Konk Studios 1991 (Television production). 120 Minutes. 2011.
- "As Is - Review". AllMusic. Retrieved 21 March 2015. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)