The Heart Is Strange is a compilation album by the electronic band Propaganda, released in 2006. The album includes remixes, live recordings, and previously unreleased tracks from the band's early years.
The Heart Is Strange showcases Propaganda's unique blend of electronic, post-punk, and new wave influences, with songs that are both danceable and thought-provoking. The album includes classic tracks such as "Dr. Mabuse," "P-Machinery," and "Duel," as well as lesser-known gems like "Laughing" and "Dream Within A Dream."
The album also features contributions from members of other bands, such as Claudia Brücken's collaboration with Paul Humphreys of OMD on the track "God Bless," and Trevor Horn's production work on several tracks. The Heart Is Strange is a great way to explore the band's early work and to see how their music has influenced and inspired other artists over the years.
Overall, The Heart Is Strange is a great addition to any Propaganda fan's collection, as well as anyone who loves electronic music with a post-punk edge. It's a testament to the band's creativity and innovation, and a reminder of why they were one of the most important bands of their era.