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Alexander Robotnick

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Problemes D'Amour
Problemes D'Amour (12" in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: SPITTLE 112LP. Rel: 20 Sep 21
  1. Problemes D'Amour (7:00)
  2. Problemes D'Amour (Midnight version) (7:36)
 in stock $19.21
Computer Sourire
Computer Sourire (12" + insert)
Cat: TD 005. Rel: 01 Jul 21
  1. Computer Sourire (remix) (4:31)
  2. Computer Sourire (Tempo Dischi cut) (5:22)
  3. Dance Boy Dance (5:11)
Review: Tempo Dischi's fifth outing is by the pioneering and cult favourite Italian artist Maurizio Dami aka Alexander Robotnick. A master of his machines who can do all forms of electro and then some, this time out he goes for a cosmic disco in the sky with glistening arps and crunchy drum programming on 'Computer Sourire' all underpinned by a bumping, rubbery bassline. The Tempo Dischi cut is a little more playful and cute, with stripped back Italo disco chug and squelchy synths. Last of all, 'Dance Boy Dance' is all glowing harmonics and blissed out disco from another universe way off in the stars.
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Played by: Luke Solomon
 in stock $15.48
Ce N'est Q'Un Debut
Ce N'est Q'Un Debut (160 gram vinyl LP)
Cat: MEDICAL 002LP. Rel: 15 Oct 14
  1. Computer Sourire
  2. Ce N'est Q'un Debut
  3. Problemes D'amour (feat Martine Michellod)
  4. Dance Boy Dance
  5. Hola Macci Kola
  6. African Kola (feat Stefano Cocco Cantini - Sax)
Review: Twenty nine years ago (can you believe it) Alexander Robotnick released his first album, Ce N'Est Q'Un Debut, featuring what's arguably his most defining track "Problemes D'amour" with the Harajuku-cute vocals of Martine Michellod. It's this album that has influenced countless French synth pop acts and a horde of old school electro lovers, and all this time later it's been repressed (again) by the label that first released it, Medical. Keeping the sacredness of this LP firmly intact by sticking with the keyboard-head artwork, Ce N'Est Q'Un Debut - along with Man Parish's 1982 self-titled debut - should be in all of our record collections.
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 in stock $27.51
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