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Esplendor Geométrico

Nador

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Esplendor Geométrico

Nador


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Geometrik presents the reissue, on vinyl for the first time!, of NADOR originally published only in CD by the label of Dirk Ivens (Daft Records 1995). Limited edition 700 copies.

Geometrik presents the reissue, on vinyl for the first time!, of NADOR originally published only in CD by the label of Dirk Ivens (Daft Records 1995). Nine tracks recorded between 1988-1989, remastered in 2014 by Alek Stark at Fundamental audio. Fans of Esplendor Geométrico have been waiting eagerly for this reissue of NADOR, a collection of unreleased tracks and alternative takes recorded during one of the best creative moments of the duo: the years of Sheikh Aljama and Arispejal Astisaró albums, an especially interesting period where the unique and characteristic rhytmic-industrial EG style, developed along the eighties, turns more minimalistic, schematic, cold and rough, with sporadic influences of arabic musics and rhythms. The minimalist structure of the tracks offers a strikingly modern approach.

Spanish industrial group formed in 1980 with Arturo Lanz, Grabriel Riaza and Juan-Carlos Sastre, all former members of El Aviador Dro y sus Obreros Especializados.

18,50

Geometrik

Geometrik presents the reissue, on vinyl for the first time!, of NADOR originally published only in CD by the label of Dirk Ivens (Daft Records 1995). Limited edition 700 copies.

Geometrik presents the reissue, on vinyl for the first time!, of NADOR originally published only in CD by the label of Dirk Ivens (Daft Records 1995). Nine tracks recorded between 1988-1989, remastered in 2014 by Alek Stark at Fundamental audio. Fans of Esplendor Geométrico have been waiting eagerly for this reissue of NADOR, a collection of unreleased tracks and alternative takes recorded during one of the best creative moments of the duo: the years of Sheikh Aljama and Arispejal Astisaró albums, an especially interesting period where the unique and characteristic rhytmic-industrial EG style, developed along the eighties, turns more minimalistic, schematic, cold and rough, with sporadic influences of arabic musics and rhythms. The minimalist structure of the tracks offers a strikingly modern approach.

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18,50

Geometrik

Nador

Availability: Out of stock SKU: GR 213  |  ,

Geometrik presents the reissue, on vinyl for the first time!, of NADOR originally published only in CD by the label of Dirk Ivens (Daft Records 1995). Limited edition 700 copies.

Geometrik presents the reissue, on vinyl for the first time!, of NADOR originally published only in CD by the label of Dirk Ivens (Daft Records 1995). Nine tracks recorded between 1988-1989, remastered in 2014 by Alek Stark at Fundamental audio. Fans of Esplendor Geométrico have been waiting eagerly for this reissue of NADOR, a collection of unreleased tracks and alternative takes recorded during one of the best creative moments of the duo: the years of Sheikh Aljama and Arispejal Astisaró albums, an especially interesting period where the unique and characteristic rhytmic-industrial EG style, developed along the eighties, turns more minimalistic, schematic, cold and rough, with sporadic influences of arabic musics and rhythms. The minimalist structure of the tracks offers a strikingly modern approach.

18,50

Geometrik

Esplendor Geométrico

Nador

Availability: Out of stock SKU: GR 213  |  ,

Geometrik presents the reissue, on vinyl for the first time!, of NADOR originally published only in CD by the label of Dirk Ivens (Daft Records 1995). Limited edition 700 copies.

Geometrik presents the reissue, on vinyl for the first time!, of NADOR originally published only in CD by the label of Dirk Ivens (Daft Records 1995). Nine tracks recorded between 1988-1989, remastered in 2014 by Alek Stark at Fundamental audio. Fans of Esplendor Geométrico have been waiting eagerly for this reissue of NADOR, a collection of unreleased tracks and alternative takes recorded during one of the best creative moments of the duo: the years of Sheikh Aljama and Arispejal Astisaró albums, an especially interesting period where the unique and characteristic rhytmic-industrial EG style, developed along the eighties, turns more minimalistic, schematic, cold and rough, with sporadic influences of arabic musics and rhythms. The minimalist structure of the tracks offers a strikingly modern approach.

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