Heldon ‎– Heldon 2 - Allez-Teia (αλετεια)

Urus Records ‎– 000.002, Urus Records ‎– 000002
Vinyl, LP, Album, Repress, Gatefold Cover

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A1 In The Wake Of King Fripp
Written-By – Georges Grunblatt*, Richard Pinhas
A2 Aphanisis
Performer [Plays] – Alain RenaudWritten-By – G.G.*
A3 Omar Diop Blondin
Guest [Helps] – Alain BellaïcheWritten-By – R.P.*
A4 Moebius
Written-By – G.G.*
Written-By – R.P.*
B1a Continuum Mobile
B1b Disjonction Inclusive
B2 St-Mikael Samstag Abends
Written-By – G.G.*, R.P.*
B3 Michel Ettori
Written-By – R.P.*

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Catalogue numbers : 000.002 on sleeve, and 000002 on center labels.
Second FRENCH pressing on Green URUS Label. Original First Pressing has been previously issued on the Green DISJUNCTA Label.

Recorded at Schizo Studio, Paris.

"Omar Diop Blondin" is dedicated to "Fripp and Eno".

A lot of love to: Patrick Gauthier, J.-F.L., G.D., Agneta, Mumu, Aurore, Robert Fripp, Eno, Jimi Hendrix, Genghis Khan, Loppi, Norman, Phil Dick, Robert, Boris Grozychkhman et tous les flippés locaux…

Other Versions (5 of 13) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
000002 Heldon Heldon II "Allez-Téia" (αλετεια)(LP, Album) Disjuncta 000002 France 1975 Sell This Version
CTCD-532 Heldon Allez Teia (αλετεια) (CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM) Captain Trip Records CTCD-532 Japan 2005 Sell This Version
Belle 121955, Belle-121955 Heldon Heldon II "Allez-Téia" (αλετεια)(CD, Album, RE, RM, SHM) Belle Antique, Belle Antique Belle 121955, Belle-121955 Japan 2012 Sell This Version
14235, CD 14235 Heldon Heldon 2 "Allez-Teia" (αλετεια)(CD, Album, RE) Spalax, Spalax 14235, CD 14235 France 1991 Sell This Version
Rune 37, Rune 37 X Heldon Heldon II / Allez Teia(CD, Album, RE) Cuneiform Records, Cuneiform Records Rune 37, Rune 37 X US 1992 Sell This Version



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January 6, 2018
edited about 1 year ago
Just got a copy of this where the vinyl has no gaps to separate individual tracks. Apparently the lacquer must have been cut as one long track on each side. Are all copies like this? Is this typical of this pressing or label?