Sep
30
2014
5

“Back From Flea Market” 29/09/14

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Various Artists – Back From Flea Market 29/09/14

  1. Adriano Celentano – Somebody Save Me
  2. Adriano Celentano – Che Cosa Ti Farei
  3. Stelvio Cipriani – Anonimous Venetian (To Be The One You Love)
  4. Manolo Gas & The Tinto Band Bang –  Luna Arabiga
  5. Love Collection Starring Jean Sharon – Papa Bully
  6. Sina Young – Love Of My Life
  7. Sonia – L’Amour Disco (Edit)
  8. Bordeaux Rouge – New Generation (Vocal)
  9. Lolly Frizol – Disco Lady
  10. Sunrise – Burnin’
  11. Rendez-Vous – Rock’n Roll Disco Boogie (Edit)
  12. Vic Upshaw – Indian War Dance
  13. Mr. Lo – Manitou
  14. Cool Machine – City Of The Devils
  15. Mosaic – Kismet

All past flea market mix-sets are still here.

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Sep
26
2014
3

Aberraciones del Disco

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Aberraciones del Disco

Need some action? Try these, originally recorded for Planeta Modular radio.

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Sep
23
2014
0

Isle Of Lesbos

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Previously unreleased soundtrack of the movie “Die Insel der tausend Freuden” and now pressed in limited quantities by Private Records.
The whole OST is really pretty solid.

Note: this specific track does actually only appear for a few very short seconds (!) in the movie, no more.

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Sep
23
2014
3

Tatsia

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Apparently of Finnish origin

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Sep
20
2014
0
Sep
11
2014
1

Akin I Lbhar (Au-delà Des Mers)

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Akin I Lbhar

A bit more 80s, this one, with a strong Les Bains Douches vibe – think Philippe Starck furniture, w i d e shoulderpads, everybody wearing black. Tracks include Djamel Allam: Akin I Lbhar (Au-delà Des Mers), B.E.F: The Secret Life of Arabia, Richard Strange and the Engine Room: Damascus, Ande Popp: Mondo Popp, plus misacellaneous bits and pieces from people like Bernard Lavilliers.

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Aug
24
2014
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Aug
24
2014
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Jul
17
2014
0

Sentinel

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Nights Of Babylon – Sentinel

With the majority of horror films coming out from the USA being lame PG-13 borefests instead of gorefests, and the commercial realese of Eli Roth’s fabulously grotesque cannibal epic The Green Inferno still months away, it’s time to go back to the seventies, once again. Do yourself a huge favour and order yourself a copy of Michael Winner’s The Sentinel, a big budget 1977 extravaganza with an all-star cast, made to cash in on the success of The Omen. Equally gory as it’s predecessor but far more tasteless, it’s a must for anyone sane who enjoys watching excessive, prolonged sequences involving cannibal lesbians masturbating each other, as well as actual, real life deformed people paraded across then screen as demons from hell. Fans of glossy haute couture fashion shoots or scenes of eyeballs being punctured Fulci style will not be left disappointed, either.

The British Michael Winner (R.I.P) was the director of the original Death Wish and it’s sequel, plus one of the all time great female vigilante classics, The Dirty Weekend (in which a rapist shoves his hand inside the pants of a 80yrs old bag lady and shouts Awww, I swear there’s a wart in here!).

The music is off a moody early eighties album filled with long electronic rhythm tracks.

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Jul
17
2014
0

Machine

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Goude – Machine

A 1980 borderline entry from Ramses label. Of course, a borderline is not where something stops, but where something begins.

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Jul
02
2014
4
Jun
10
2014
0

Moved Earth

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Jonathan – Moved Earth

Germany 1978. The intro section of a long dark rhythm track.

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May
25
2014
2

Lucifer

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Cricha – Lucifer (Instrumental)

Utterly questionable sleeve art usually raises expectations to the highest level. Drop the needle and your ears will be fulfilled with hard hitting drums, wicked synth bleeps, irresistible guitar riff and most likely lyrics to match (my Belgium is not good enough to understand the deeper meanings). Clips are pitched down a bit and you definitely need two copies to make it last long enough.

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May
14
2014
1

Le Sphinx

sphinxDaniel Barbe – Le Sphinx

Enter some babble about the Oedipus myth or just dance your ass off (Canada, 1979).

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May
07
2014
1
May
07
2014
5

Butterfly Dance

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Thanks to modern marvels you can shoot butterflies without killing them (Germany, 1978).

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Apr
29
2014
0

Electric Love Drama

 

Robert Calvin ‎– Electric Love Drama (2013)

A little EP “Humans Not Allowed”, a little pearl and more, big tasty synthesizer sounds ! A limited edition for your space collec’. This one really deserve a good place near the decks.

Interstellar Tracks strikes again.

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Apr
10
2014
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Jan
26
2014
1

Mellow Lovin’

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Orquesta Arabella – Mellow Lovin’ (1980)

From the composer behind Enterprise and Oliver’s Planet. Cheaper repress/bootleg available.

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Dec
08
2013
0

Francois Villon

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Francois Villon

Max Hansen – Einmal Möcht Ich Keine Sorgen Haben

Francois Villon (1431-1461) was an all around hellraiser, bon vivant and one of the most admired French poets. His often suggestive rhymes got the club treatment during the late 1980s, first by Culture Beat & Jo Van Nelson with Der Erdbeermund and immediately after by Lyric Expedition & Romy Haag with Susse Kirschen. Both are here and belong to the classic Berlin cabaret tradition, originally pioneered by acts like Marlene Dietrich and Max Hansen after WW1.

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