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✨✧ Quando QuangoAtom Rock (New York rmx, dub mix) ... 12-inch
Factory (UK), 1984. Very Good ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Latinized crossover club from the enigmatic Quando Quango – one of our favorite groups from the Factory Records import years! "Atom Rock" is a catchy New York styled number, remixed here by Mark Kamins with the trebley guitar, conga and electro bits all ducking in and out of the bass heavy mix ina nice dubby fashion! 12-inch, Vinyl record
(UK pressing.)
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Anthony MooreFlying Doesn't Help ... LP
Quango/Drag City, 1979. New Copy (reissue)... $19.99 25.99
Really striking solo work from Anthony Moore – especially when you consider that he began his career serving up art work in Slapp Happy and Henry Cow, then later collaborated a bit with Pink Floyd in the 80s! Yet here, Moore's in stark, dark territory that's really telegraphed by the cover image – a bit post-punk, but maybe more in the style of the New York downtown scene than you'd guess from Anthony's work on the UK scene – tunes that are well-penned enough to be catchy, but full of all sorts of jagged edges on the guitars – and delivered with a stripped-down vibe that's hardly art rock at all – save maybe for the sound of the more art-driven underground of the NYC scene. At the same time, there's also maybe a bit of a Swell Maps spirit going on here – but only in the way that makes the music so much more individual than so much of its company at the time. Titles include "Time Less Strange", "War", "Just Us", "Caught Being In Love", "Judy Get Down", "Ready Ready", and "Useless Moments". LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ VariousBrazilified – Where Brazilian Rhythms Collide With Club Culture ... CD
Quango, 2001. Used ... Out Of Stock
The title gives this one away – as the CD features 11 tunes that offer up a modern take on Brazilian rhythms, moving off the experiments of early 90s DJs in London and Tokyo, picking up the groove from Italy, Germany, and elsewhere, grooving in a global party all inspired by the classic work from 60s Rio! Titles include "Mosquito Coast 94-96" by Mr Gone, "Swell Session" by Swell Session, "Abra A Boca" by Nova Fronteira, "Berimbau De Osshana" by Easydelics, "A Volta" by Arsenal, "Alegre" by Truby Trio, "Pra Manha (PST mix)" by Da Lata, "Fedimes Flight" by Jazzanova, "Toda Tersafeira (Jazzanova rework)" by Soul Quality Quartet, and "Brasilikum" by Butt149. CD
(Sealed copy.)

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