Conrad Schnitzler ‎– Auf Dem Schwarzen Kanal

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RCA Victor ‎– PC 5908
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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A1 Auf Dem Schwarzen Kanal 3:13
A2 Fabrik
Written-By – W. Seidel*
3:57
B1 Der Wagen Der Rollt 3:21
B2 Elektroklang
Written-By – W. Seidel*
4:00

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℗ 1980 RCA Records

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Label Code: LC 0316
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): ℋ1 RCA PC-5908-A Manufactured in Germany
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): ℋ1 RCA PC-5908-B Manufactured in Germany

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
BB 357 Conrad Schnitzler Auf Dem Schwarzen Kanal(12", Ltd, RE, Whi) Bureau B BB 357 Germany 2020 Sell This Version
none Conrad Schnitzler Auf Dem Schwarzen Kanal(4xFile, FLAC, RE) Bureau B none Germany 2020
BB 357 Conrad Schnitzler Auf Dem Schwarzen Kanal(12", Ltd, RE, Cle) Bureau B BB 357 Germany 2020 Sell This Version
BB 357 Conrad Schnitzler Auf Dem Schwarzen Kanal(12", RE) Bureau B BB 357 Germany 2020 Sell This Version

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daftcombo

daftcombo

September 14, 2020
How does the repress sound, please?
anyoneelsescopy

anyoneelsescopy

August 15, 2020
Most excellent news, Bureau B records will be reissuing this record in September!
TraunStaa

TraunStaa

October 5, 2017
A groundbreaking release. Elektroklang eerily foreshadows Kraftwerk's Musique Non Stop, which came out years later. I recently acquired a test pressing inside the original sleeve.
greyerzone

greyerzone

November 15, 2009
brilliant, totally creative, one-off foray by schnitzler into a mutant form of electropop that sounded nothing like anything else then. dissonant, theatrical, dark, threatening beat-driven electronic music. some similarities to what Die Form would end up doing on "some experiences with shock" 4 years later or some early 80s SPK. the title track is the only one that's even vaguely tuneful. absolutely love this for its unique, twisted and utterly creative take on electro. why didn't CS do more of this stuff?