sábado, dezembro 26, 2009

I don't Like Xmas

I’m a bit late but mediafire was experiencing some difficulties yesterday so I couldn’t upload. What I had in mind was a special Xmas gift.
I’m working on a new blog with an overview of Belgian (pop)music worth listening to, also by others who don’t speak any of the local lingo’s. It’s taking me a lot of time and effort, more than I thought it would take, but in the course of doing so, I’m discovering a lot of interesting music I never heard before.
I prepared a kind of best of compilation by
Telex, the 80’s synth-popband with Marc Moulin. If you don’t know them, you can picture them as being something in between the Yellow Magic Orchestra and Sparks but then again something totally original and typically Belgian. It’s hard to describe why. maybe it’s easier the other way round. Listening to Telex can give one an insight in what it’s like to be Belgian.

Enjoy and yes sure, a merry to you too.

01 Moskow Diskow (maxi) –Looking for Saint Tropez 1979

02 Quelque Chose a Dire –Looking for Saint Tropez 1979

03 We Are All Getting Old – Neurovision 1980

04 Face A/B – Neurovision 1980

05 En Route Vers De Nouvelles Aventures – Neurovision 1980

06 Brainwash – Sex/Birds and Bees 1981

07 L'amour Toujours – Wonderful World 1984

08 Raised By Snakes – Wonderful World 1984

09 I Don't Like Music – 1984

10 Rendez-Vous Dans l'Espace – Looney Tunes 1988

11 Z-Moor-Z – Heros Dynamique (razormaid mix) – 1986


(usual map with separate tracks)
(a zip file with the tracks and CD covers)

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Anônimo disse...

Try this, you might find it interesting.

We refer to it as "Analog Music from a Lost World" — previously unreleased post-punk experimental rock from 1981, unlike anything else recorded before or after.

"It's amazing!" — Gibraltar Encyclopedia of Progressive Rock

“Here’s something lovely and odd from the Free Music Archive: the Karen Cooper Complex.” — No Rock and Roll Fun.com

Jason Sigal, Managing Director at WFMU said:
"This is amazing stuff and we would be honored to feature it in wfmu's curated portal on the free music archive. I'm very sorry for our slow response, we have a lot of stuff to wade through to find gems like these."