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ClusterCuriosum ... LP
Sky/Bureau B (Germany), 1981. New Copy (reissue)... $24.99
One of the last Cluster albums recorded for a long stretch – and a set that maybe makes us wonder what Moebius and Roedelius would have done, had they kept on working in this direction! It's almost as if the groundbreaking duo were listening to the creations of the younger generation that they had influenced – particularly the German new wave rising up around them – and they reach for slightly darker modes here, with some edgier electronics that come off almost in tuneful industrial territory – and we mean that before the "dance" was added to that style a few years later. Tracks include "Oh Odessa", "Proantipro", "Seltsame Gegend", "Helle Melange", "Tristran In Der Bar", "Charlic", and "Ufer". LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ Der PlanDie Peitsche Des Lebens ... LP
Ata Tak/Bureau B (Germany), 1991. New Copy (reissue)... Out Of Stock
The last album in the cool classic run of German gems from Der Plan – a group that few folks paid attention to at the time, but who really gave the world some wonderful electronic music in the post-punk years! These guys really distill all the best sides of the German electronic experiments of the 70s – serving things up in shorter tunes that are filled with unusual twists and turns, and which also have plenty of offbeat vocals and a nice sense of humor too – almost like little audio cartoons, with a quality that's far more long-lasting than some of their contemporaries! Despite the 1991 date of the record, the style here is every bit as great as the group's earliest music – and like most of their music, there's hardly any connection to a real epoch in sound – as the whole thing's so darn unique. Titles include "El Cigarro", "Kleiner Junge", "Wir Babies", "Vive Le Vie", "Alter Mann", "Es Werde Licht", and "Spiel 77". LP, Vinyl record album
Also available Die Peitsche Des Lebens ... CD 9.99

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✨✧ Der PlanEs Ist Eine Fremde Und Seltsame Welt ... LP
Ata Tak/Bureau B (Germany), 1987. New Copy (reissue)... Out Of Stock
The title translates to "it's a strange and peculiar world" – and there's maybe no better introduction to the mad electronic music of this wonderful German trio from the 80s! Der Plan were part of that special small slice of the German new wave – groups who didn't rely on darkness or angst to get their message across – but instead mixed together whimsical elements with musical experimentation – often in ways that were years ahead of their time! Imagine Kraftwerk scoring the music for cartoons, and you'd get part of the idea here – but that's hardly the start of the sonic delights within – as the album features short tracks in many different varieties – exploding with innovation at each twist and turn. Titles include "1 Mann 1 Ball", "Bleib Gold", "Kennen Sie Koln", "Frisch Verliebt", "Komm Zurick", "Get Out", and "Ich Hab Den Jordan Gesehn". LP, Vinyl record album
Also available Es Ist Eine Fremde Und Seltsame Welt ... CD 9.99

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✨✧ Der PlanSave Your Software ... LP
Bureau B (Germany), 1989. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A never-issued album from German electronic geniuses Der Plan – a record that's billed as "autonomous robot product – produced by machine only" – so maybe the group held it back to prevent some sort of a robot uprising! Yet the only uprising the record might have produced would be that of a rave-like party – as the tunes are upbeat, groovy, and filled with all the wit that we always love in the group's work – short, catchy tracks that mix offbeat noises with more tuneful elements – all with vocals that are so heavily processed, they might well come from an old Speak & Spell toy. Titles include "Repair Yourself", "Copy Copy Machine", "Cyberspace", "LPB", "I Want To Sing Like Ella", and "Fanuk Rock". LP, Vinyl record album
Also available Save Your Software ... CD 16.99

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RoediliusPlays Piano ... LP
Bureau B (Germany), 1985. Sealed ... $19.99
Recorded live at the Bloomsbury Theatre in London on July 28th, 1985. LP, Vinyl record album
(Recent 180 gram vinyl issue.)

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Jimi TenorDeep Sound Learning – 1993 to 2000 ... LP
Bureau B (Germany), 1990s. New Copy 2LP Gatefold ... $29.99
Early work from Jimi Tenor – the Finnish artist you might know for his work in the fields of jazz, soul, and funk in our current century – but who was a very different musician in the years before! Jimi still has a soulful vibe on these early tracks, but the music is much more electric, and focused on rhythms from house and club – kind of a reworking of a Detroit or Chicago mode, but with all these wonderful twists and turns along the way! Jimi once recorded for Warp Records, and you can definitely hear that in some of these tracks – while also noting some echoes of the jazz instrumentation to come. Titles include "Heinola", "Jameson", "Another Space Travel", "Baby It Hearts", "Salo", "Downtown", "Super Beat", "Travelers Cape", "O Sex", and "Plan 9". LP, Vinyl record album
Also available Deep Sound Learning – 1993 to 2000 ... CD 20.99

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VariousSowas Von Egal 2 – German Synth Wave Underground 1981 to 1984 ... LP
Bureau B (Germany), Early 80s. New Copy ... $22.99
A really fantastic look at the German underground of the post-punk years – served up by a label who knows the territory more than anyone else! For over a decade, Bureau B have done a great job of taking us back to the hippest German work of the 70s and 80s – particularly the more electronic side of the spectrum – and for this sweet little set, they dig even deeper – offering up work by a number of artists who would never see a full length reissue, with cuts from rare singles and tapes – awash in raw basslines, beats, and keyboards! The vibe is very cold wave, but with some nice post-punk moments too – on titles that include "Mir Geht Es Danke Gut" by Plastiktanz, "Steig Den Luis Trenker" by 4712, "Name Und Distanz" by Christian Kneisel, "Tanz Ins Gluck" by Die Neue Weltmacht, "Alles Oder Nichts" by Mark Montan, "Warum Mussen Autos Fahren" by Partner Eins, "Fred Der Ritter" by Vono, "New Wave" by Rolf Jungklaus, and "Sage Nichts" by Casino Mariteam. LP, Vinyl record album
 
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✨✧ Jean-Claude NachonLa Femme Objet ... LP
Les Disques Du Culte (France), Early 80s. New Copy Gatefold ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A record with a sexy little cover, but one that's got a lot more electronic appeal than you might expect – porno soundtrack music from Jean Claude Nachon, but scored with an array of keyboards and other electronic instruments – in ways that are very different than any sort of classic 70s pornographic music! The feel here different from track to track – some have maybe a Stelvio Cipriani sort of keyboard charm, others are more spare and electric – almost like a shorter take on German 70s material, mixed with some quirkier early 80s elements too. The whole thing's maybe as appealing to fans of some of the German reissues on the Bureau B label as it is vintage soundtrack work. Tracks are of varying length, and titles include "Interlude Interlope", "Supternaturiste", "Olga Et L'Attachee Des Fesses", "Eros Thanatos Et Mykonos", "Rodeo Romantique Pour Angelique", "Portrait Robot D'Une Poupee Gonflee", "Recontre Du Troisieme Sexe", and "Kim Et Olga Dezipent Les Gigabits". LP, Vinyl record album
(NOTE: Comes with a very pornographic comic book and inserts. Be warned – not for the sensitive!)
 
 
 



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