Cybotron ‎– Cosmic Cars

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Cosmic Cars 4:20
The Line 4:59

Versions (7)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
203053X Cybotron Cosmic Cars(7", Single) Deep Space Records 203053X US 1982 Sell This Version
D-212 Cybotron Cosmic Cars(12") Fantasy D-212 US 1982 Sell This Version
D-212 Cybotron Cosmic Cars(12", Promo) Fantasy D-212 US 1982 Sell This Version
549 090 Cybotron Cosmic Cars(12") Fantasy 549 090 Spain 1983 Sell This Version
F-933 Cybotron Cosmic Cars(7", Single, Promo) Fantasy F-933 US 1983 Sell This Version
D-3104 Cybotron Cosmic Cars(12") Fantasy D-3104 US 1988 Sell This Version
D-3104 Cybotron Cosmic Cars(12", Promo) Fantasy D-3104 US 1988 Sell This Version

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cpr242

cpr242

January 13, 2018
referencing Cosmic Cars, 12", D-212
This is most certainly not a cover of Numan, but most likely inspired by it. Nothing wrong withat. My Cosmic Car!
CHRISMATTRESS

CHRISMATTRESS

November 23, 2017
referencing Cosmic Cars, 12", Promo, D-3104

Cosmic Cars could be played in an Industrial DJ set next to KMFDM, Tackhead, Mark Stewart, or Fats Comet. Love this track.
baj

baj

January 11, 2016
referencing Cosmic Cars, 7", Single, 203053X

NO, Chris 416... sorry. Influenced, maybe, but that's about about it.

This masterpiece was a blueprint for Detroit techno and took Juan Atkins out of the whole electro dead end and brouhaha about did Bambaata or Kraftwerk or Juan Atkins invent electro. It's disco, it's electro, it's proto-techno.

Still rocks the floors and is unbelievably fresh almost THIRTY-FIVE years later.
AUTOMATIXROMANTIX

AUTOMATIXROMANTIX

April 3, 2014
referencing Cosmic Cars, 12", Promo, D-212

Various versions of cosmic cars on vinyl, for some reason this one sounds the best to me, and the strange eerie synth effects are 'punchier' and more pronounced here, as well as the drum machine beat, seems beefier here, same goes for this release of 'the line' .