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ZYX Italo Disco Spacesynth Collection 2

Format: unmixed 2xCD
Cat: ZYX 828252
Released: 20 Aug 15
Genre: Disco/Nu-Disco
Tracklist
Side 1
1. AM Samurai - "Secret Entrance"
2. Marco Rochowski - "Voyage Of Discovery"
3. Synthesis - "Strange Land"
4. Rygar - "Illusion In C Minor"
5. Bellatrix - "In My Mind"
6. Xain - "Astral Tunnel"
7. Protonic Storm - "World Of No Sky"
8. Prodomo - "Firewall"
9. Galaltic Warriors - "Alien Revenge"
10. Mind Vision - "Kosmos"
11. Dreamtime - "Escape To The Past" (remix)
12. Terminal One - "Galaxy Game"
Side 2
1. Laserdance - "Megamix Vol 1"
2. Timerider - "Space Iwan"
3. Hypnosis - "Windland"
4. GG Near - "Living In A Rom" (instrumental)
5. Proxyon - "Space Guards"
6. Splash Band - "Unheimliche Schattennlichter"
7. Cyber People - "Polaris"
8. Denise & Baby's Gang - "Let's Dance In The Music"
9. Koto - "Minoan War"
10. Duke Lake - "Do You" (instrumental)
11. Laserdance - "Digital Dream"
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Review

Long-running German label ZYX has continued to support the Italo-disco and revivalist European synth-pop scenes since the 1980s, when it was responsible for distributing many Italian records throughout Europe. Here, they dip into their archives for a second volume in the Italo-Disco Space Synth Collection series. While mostly focused on tracks produced since the early 2000s, there's an authentically old skool Italo feel to proceedings - think bubbling analogue synthesizer lines, spiraling outer-space melodies, deliciously camp builds and grandiose break-downs. Such is the authenticity of the retro-futurist sound showcased through out, you'd think that the tracks were produced in 1985, rather than 2015 (Galactic Warriors' "Alien Revenge", for example, sounds like a Bobby Orlando produced Pet Shop Boys B-side).

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