Due to copyright problems with samples used on the original version of KMFDM's 1990 album Naïve, the album was taken out of circulation shortly after its release. It was reissued in 1994 as Naïve/Hell to Go, with the offending samples deleted and several of the tracks remixed. If you've got the original, with the orange cover art, you're lucky -- it is rare and highly sought after. Even still, this version of Naïve (with green cover art) is worth having, thanks to its radical recasting of "Virus," "Godlike," and "Leibesleid."
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AllMusic Review by Andy Hinds