Cybotron ‎– Clear

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Fantasy ‎– FCD-4537-2
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1 Clear
Written-By – Juan Atkins, Richard Davis (3)
4:52
2 R-9
Written-By – Housely*, Atkins*, Davis*
5:14
3 Cosmic Cars
Engineer – Ben GrosseWritten-By – Juan Atkins, Richard Davis (3)
4:25
4 Enter
Written-By – Jon-5, Juan Atkins, Richard Davis (3)
5:37
5 Alleys Of Your Mind
Written-By – Juan Atkins, Richard Davis (3)
3:31
6 Industrial Lies
Written-By – Richard Davis (3)
6:14
7 The Line
Engineer – Ben GrosseWritten-By – Jon-5, Juan Atkins, Richard Davis (3)
5:01
8 Cosmic Raindance
Written-By – Juan Atkins, Richard Davis (3)
4:00
9 El Salvador
Written-By – Juan Atkins, Richard Davis (3)
4:47

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Previously released as "Enter" (Fantasy 9625).
Recorded at Solid Ground, Ann labor, MI. "Cosmic Cars" & "The Line" recorded at Pearl Sound, Ann Labor; "Alleys Of Your Mind" recorded at Randy Howe's parents' house while they were elsewhere. Mixed to and mastered from digital tape using the Mitsubishi X-80 tape recorder.

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  • Barcode: 025218453721

Other Versions (5 of 14) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
F-9625 Cybotron Enter(LP, Album) Fantasy F-9625 US 1983 Sell This Version
290 112 Cybotron Enter(Cass, Album) Hispavox 290 112 Spain 1983 Sell This Version
ZYX 20406-2 Cybotron Clear(CD, Album, RE, RM) ZYX Music ZYX 20406-2 Germany 1996 Sell This Version
F-9625 Cybotron Enter(LP, Album, Pit) Fantasy F-9625 US 1983 Sell This Version
FCD-4537-2 Cybotron Clear(CD, Album, RE) Fantasy FCD-4537-2 US 1990 Sell This Version

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August 31, 2008
The only old-school electro LP with any amount of staying power (thanks in part to its release on Fantasy), this CD release of the Cybotron album -- previously known as Enter -- includes crucial, early singles like "Alleys of Your Mind," "Cosmic Cars," and techno's first defining moment, "Clear." The collision of Atkins' vision for cosmic funk and the arena rock instincts of Rick Davis result in a surprisingly cohesive album, dated for all the right reasons and quite pop-minded. Ecological and political statements even crop up with the final tracks, "Cosmic Raindance" and "El Salvador."