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Colder - Wrong Baby Album

Colder - Wrong Baby Album

  • Performer: Colder
  • Genre: Electron / Rock
  • Title: Wrong Baby
  • Released: 27 Jun 2005
  • Style: New Wave, Electro, Post-Punk
  • Label: Output
  • Catalog: OPRCD 79
  • Country: UK
  • MP3 version size: 1252 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1810 mb
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 776


1Wrong Baby (Playgroup Version One)
Remix – PlaygroupRemix [Credited To] – Trevor Jackson
2Wrong Baby (Original Mix)
Mixed By, Mastered By – NorscqMusic By, Vocals – Marc Nguyen Tan
3Wrong Baby (Issakidis Got Such A Crush Mix)
Music By, Vocals – Marc Nguyen TanRemix, Producer [Additional Production] – George Issakidis
4Wrong Baby (Radio Edit)
Mixed By, Mastered By – NorscqMusic By, Vocals – Marc Nguyen Tan


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
OPR79XColder Wrong Baby ‎(7", Single)OutputOPR79XUK2005
OPR79Colder Wrong Baby ‎(12")OutputOPR79UK2005
OPR 79Colder Wrong Baby ‎(12", Promo)OutputOPR 79UK2005
OPR 79Colder Wrong Baby (Pre-release Single) ‎(CDr, Maxi, Promo)OutputOPR 79UK2005


  • Lyrics ByMarc Nguyen Tan
  • Mastered ByMandy Parnell
  • Photography By [Cover]Kourtney Roy


Catalog # appears as OPRCD79 on the release.


  • Barcode: 689492037727
  • Matrix / Runout: deluxe OPRCD79 01
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L136
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 04AL


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Output Recordings Limited
  • Copyright (c) – Output Recordings Limited
  • Mastered At – The Exchange
  • Distributed By – Vital
  • Pressed By – Deluxe
  • Published By – Delabel Editions



Tall Tall
Colder's cold new wave of _Wrong Baby_ gets worked over the George Issakidis (formerly of the Micronauts) and Output's label boss, Trevor Jackson (better known as Playgroup). With more than a few whispers of New Order, the title track is an icy slab of alienation. But George Issakidis makes the track almost skeletal, with a beat, the vocals, and some overlaid noise -- at least until the high-pitched whines come in halfway through. Jackson, on the other hand, makes a more hypnotic mix, stripping down most of the vocals, until a whisper of the original remains. Not surprisingly, then, it's the Colder's original mix that has the most warmth.