Ivan Heylen & F.O.G. ‎– De Wilde Boerendochter

Dureco ‎– DURECO 1101466
Vinyl, 12"


Title translation:"The Wild Farmer's Daughter"

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
DURECO 1101462 Ivan Heylen & F.O.G. Ivan Heylen & F.O.G. - De Wilde Boerendochter(CD, Maxi) Dureco DURECO 1101462 Benelux 1989 Sell This Version
DURECO 1101467 Ivan Heylen & F.O.G. Ivan Heylen & F.O.G. - De Wilde Boerendochter(7") Dureco DURECO 1101467 Belgium 1989 Sell This Version



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December 21, 2004
edited over 13 years ago

You will most probably not come accross many copies of this one abroad of Belgium, cause it's probably one of the most ridiculous records spawned by the very commercial end of the "Belgian New Beat scene". One of those records that burried the wonder of Belgian New Beat and turned it into a tacky pop factory.
It's a public secret in Belgium that this thing was produced by Frank de Wulf as a quick cash in on the 6 month hype in the Flemish commercial circuit on New Beat. Classic folksongs like "Marina" by Rocco Granata and this one were taken through the mangler and underpinned with some very tacky poppy new beat (a bit like Confetti's in a lighter version if you can even imagine that ;-) ).
Anyway, BUT !! on the B-side there's something that I never actualy understood. The "Electricity" track would later re-appear as a release on Music Man (F&O's Electricity) and is one of the trax that blazed the path for the hardcore Belgian ravesound of the early 90's. Certainly as valuable as 'Acid Rock'and other early Frank De Wulf releases. What an oddball thing !!