Tuesday, April 24, 2007

The decadence of the 80s (Part 9).

Folks, this is one of my spontaneous ideas I got sometimes, and it had to be done quickly. Lucky me I had not to think about a text for this one because Alain Patrick wrote the following words to explain this electrifying sound. He wrote:
One of the first Detroit electronic classics appeared suddenly at the beginning of the eighties, made by the later techno pioneer Juan Atkins with Rick Davis. This track has a full electro esthetic in a combination of break beats, futuristic synths, robotic vocoders and a sinister bassline. Certainly a hotspot on the electro tunes history, an all-time classic that represented at the same time a shining example for the future techno & electro artists.
There indeedly is nothing more to say. ENJOY! Floyd Anderson.

Here is the info:

Clear (chronovisor mix v1.0) [1983]
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