Amplified Orchestra ‎– Space Lady

Amplified ‎– AO-5
Vinyl, 12", White Label, Unofficial Release, Stamped


A1 Space Lady
A2 Dune
B1 Personal Computer
B2 The Duke


Hand stamped label without artist information.

"Space Lady" is a re-edited version of "Astro 9" by <a href="">Moon Birds</a>.
"Dune" is a re-edited version of <a href=""> "Maccaroni Radio"</a> by Eddy Trauba & M.M. Greco.
"Personal Computer" is a re-edited version of <a href=""> "Photoflex"</a> by Video Liszt.
"The Duke" is a re-edited version of <a href=""> "Patty Duke"</a> by Cloud One.


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December 31, 2007
Hat's off for this record. The 'Space Lady' track alone is a reason to start digging for this while it's still available.
It's an exquisite piece of wobbling spacedisco. What should be mentioned is that the track itself was written by Moon Birds in 1978 and is named 'Astro "9"'. However, Amplified Orchestra has done a good job in giving this a touch of the 21st century give it a punchier more shuffling sound and also treats us with another good +2 minutes. Comes really recommended.


December 3, 2007

I'm not sure whether the title track "Space Lady" is an edit of an existing track or something dreamed up by AO himself, but my word... it is quite incredible. As the title suggests, it is a spacey number, with bubbly basslines and a full retro synth workout to challenge the likes of Moroder and co. I dare anyone not to nod their head to this. I'm really enjoying the Amplified Orchestra releases, which are also quite frequent in their arrival. Keep them coming!