Legowelt’s Dark Days reissued on BAKK
Danny Wolfers’ earliest forays in recording get a triple-vinyl pressing.
There’s never a shortage of material from Dutch mainstay Danny Wolfers, whether it be up to the minute releases from himself or his collaborations with Xosar as Xamiga, to the mammoth back catalogue of low circulation CD-r albums and early demos that have proven useful to the thriving reissue culture. Berceuse Heroique did a lavish job of repressing the Smackos album The Age Of Candy Candy earlier in the year, and Wolfers recently submitted some fresh material to Dutch label BAKK in the shape of the Laundromat Of Your Mind 12”, and now the fellow Hague-dwellers are joining forces once more.
As Resident Advisor reports, Dark Days was the first release on Wolfers’ own Strange Life label, supposedly joining together some of the long-serving artist’s earliest recordings unearthed on tapes dating back as far as 1992. The original CD-r issue of the album fetched high prices as Legowelt-mania soared following the initial 2004 release, and so this remastered, faithful edition on triple-vinyl should be very welcome by the collectors. Previews of the album can be heard below.
Bakk will release Dark Days by Legowelt in October.
A1. Lego Resistance
A2. The Building Blocks Of Life
B1. Nowhere Track
B2. Techno Madchen
C1. An Obnoxious Affair On Tape
C3. Airplanes In The Rain
D1. Are You Really So Deep
D2. Sleeping In The Window
E1. Silent Service
E2. Decay Dream
F1. Wir Lebten In Miniland
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