Mar 12, 2011

Electronic interference

The Wasp synthesiser. It was made of plastic and looked like a wasp.

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Very simply, 50 minutes of songs with a twist of electronics. From Delia Derbyshire's forray into surreal psychedelia in Whitenoise, through some electronic giants such Eno and Kraftwerk to a la mode LCD Soundsystem.
  1. Tomorrow's world, John Baker, BBC Radiophonic Workshop, Rough Trade
  2. Love Without Sound, White Noise, An Electric Storm, 1969, Island
  3. Areknamess, Franco Battiato, Pollution, 1972, Bia Bia
  4. St. Elmo's Fire, Brian Eno, Another Green World, 1975, Island
  5. Hot on the Heels of Love, Throbbing Gristle, 20 Jazz Funk Greats, 1979, Industrial
  6. Bostich, Yello, Solid Pleasure, 1980, Ralph
  7. Computer World, Kraftwerk, Computer World, 1981, Capitol
  8. Six Pack, Tortoise, Standards, 2001, Thrill Jockey
  9. One With The Freaks, The Notwist, Neo Golden, 2002, Virgin
  10. Winning a Battle, Losing the War, Minizza
  11. Nonsense, Komeda, Kokomemedada, 2003, Sonet
  12. Too Much Love, LCD Soundsystem, LCD Soundsystem, 2005, DFA
  13. The Perfect Me, Deerhoof, Friend Opportunity, 2007, Kill Rock Stars
  14. Electric Feel, MGMT, Oracular Spectacular, 2007, CBS
  15. Walking On A Dream, Empire Of The Sun, Walking On A Dream, 2008, EMI

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