Medical Records presents a reissue of one of Germany's most interesting records. The German duo Aloa only made one album in 1982, but it is one of the most peculiar and innovative records of the Neue Deutsche Welle movement. Long out of print, somewhat obscure, and very expensive, this record is due for an official reissue. The album explores a whole spectrum of textures, moods, and atmospheres. Ranging from dark complex synthed-out tracks to diverse instrumentation-laced almost Krautrock motifs, this album is definitely one of a kind. From the commanding first track ''Weisser Wal'' with it's almost Bryan Ferry style vocals to the atmospheric ''Banane Zitrone'', the twists and turns are endless. Definitely will appeal to fans of The Residents, Neue Deutsche Welle, and anything and everything that lives in the outer reaches of synth territory. Restored and mastered from the original master tapes by Klearlight Studios in Dallas, TX. Presented on high-quality 180gram heavyweight green vinyl. Features bonus LP insert with liner notes and interview by Dave Segal. Limited Edition.
|LP||Medical Records: MR-029||in stock||€ 19,99|
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