At last, the whole album will be very soon in the radio database. Thank you Javier.
Everything in this record will speak to the heart of Space Disco enthusiasts. It’s just far too short: three and a half minutes only!
Thanks to the unknown contributor who has recently added the Automaticamore track to the radio database: it’s so much appreciated…
Eclipse Line – [Unknown] (1987?)
Is it genuine? Is it a fake? Even if I’m personally sceptical about the claims, it’s a pure cosmic rocket anyway. Here’s what the man who kindly gave me a copy knows about it (the full track is in the link below):
Eclipse Line are reportedly a well-forgotten Soviet electronic band from Murmansk.
Little is known about them except that they enjoyed moderate success in their provincial Northern town circa 1987.
A handful of tracks remain the only evidence of the band’s existence. Recorded on a reel-to-reel, the only surviving Eclipse Line album was recently discovered by a music enthusiast and posted on a Russian rare tapes blog:
http://www.say2day.ru/content/nezagranitsa (the post is in Russian only)
The found tape was marked ‘Eclipse Line-87′, no track names or credits. The blogger, whose father owned the tape, named the tracks ‘Disarmament’, ‘Electric Lights’ etc, grabbing random words from his mid-80′s childhood to match the mood. The record has been mastered digitally from a tape – if you listen to it carefully you might notice ‘floating’ bpm which indicates the track can hardly have been recorded on a PC…
Two cult nightclub cuts by iconic figures dating back to the Movida art movement of the post-Franco era Madrid of the early 80′s, actress/transgender diva Bibi Andersen aka Bibiana Fernandez, and film director Pedro Almodovar.
A lesser known track from Tommy Seebach of Bubble Sex and Apache fame. These 3 killer disco tunes aren’t all the Danes did, they also produced the Pusher trilogy, three extremely hardhitting action films unmissable to any fan of the genre.
What is it?
I simply have no clue what’s this track, does anyone know?
It’s been copied from a severely worn-out magnetic tape (hence the flutter, the distortion and the overall very bad quality of the sample.) It might be a soundtrack, and it’s very likely from the mid-70s.
EDIT: identified by Samus, it’s Charles Bernstein – Invasion of the Bee Girls, in an unknown mixture though. Thanks!
The sequel to the stratospheric First Voyage
The Bruno Republic – M-electronic 3 (2008) (full-length, right click to save)
Complete tracks, with permission by the artist.
Italy 1978. Miss Cassini arrived to Cinecittá from the USA to star in soft core sex comedies like “Quando gli Uomini Armarono la Clava e… con le Donne Fecero Din-Don/When Men Carried Clubs and Women Played Ding-Dong” (1971) and “La Insegnante Balla Con Tutta la Classe (The Teacher Dances With The Whole Class)” (1977), the latter realesed only in Italy. This spectacular, druggy slo-mo disco track is from the album “Encounters Of A Loving Kind” which also includes the cut “Go Out And Dance” from the Insegnante film. During the early 80′s Nadia teamed up with the hi-nrg producer Bobby O.
Sigla della trasmissione televisa “10 Hertz”.