Mecano Un-Ltd* Presents: Erector Set (2) ‎– Rebuilt

Out Of Print Records (2) ‎– OOP012LP
Vinyl, LP, Album
CD, Album

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A1 Single Splits
A2 Pilar
A3 Tabou D'Esprit
Violin – Esther Apituley
A4 Uncompromising Love
A5 Dusty Soul
Trumpet – Hans DageletVocals – Marian Rolle
B1 R & B
B2 Tsjernobyl
Lyrics By – Mick Ness
B3 Some September Siberia
B4 Indoor Forest
Trumpet – Hans Dagelet
B5 Soft Pioneers Implode
CD-1 Single Splits
CD-2 Pilar
CD-3 Tabou D'Esprit
Violin – Esther Apituley
CD-4 Uncompromising Love
CD-5 Dusty Soul
Trumpet – Hans DageletVocals – Marian Rolle
CD-6 R & B
CD-7 Tsjernobyl
Lyrics By – Mick Ness
CD-8 Some September Siberia
CD-9 Indoor Forest
Trumpet – Hans Dagelet
CD-10 Soft Pioneers Implode
CD-11 The Indoor LandArt Soundtrack
CD-12 The Indoor LandArt Soundtrack (Video Track)

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Including a bonus CD with the entire album and an extra audio and video track which came with The Indoor LandArt Program in 1997, a table-installation of 4/30 metres, that gave space to 33 international artists to make their own landart on scale 1:87.

R & B means in this case Rachmaninov and Brubeck (actually drummer Joe Morello), assembled for 'Larry Bell is God', an installation by: Mantje/Kempff. 58 seconds on an autoreversed cassette. Only one copy that got lost.

Indoor Forest is a soundtrack and was used in the film Baby Blue (2001) by Theo van Gogh.

Recorded and produced at Jos van Woudenberg Studio and at Nico Visser’s, spring/summer 1997.

Mastered for CD at studio Jules 1997
Re-mastered for vinyl and CD at studio 2014

This album is dedicated to Theo van Gogh, sponsor and stimulator by heart. Forever in my mind!

In Memory of native Miami born Marian Rolle, soulsister who gospelled up Dusty Soul in her own elegant way.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Etched runout side A LP): 98786 2A OOP012LP
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched runout side B LP): 98786 2B OOP 012 LP
  • Matrix / Runout (CD): 388808 @1 - 18758 MUSIC MINDS MEDIA - 18758
  • Mastering SID Code (CD): IFPI LW03
  • Mould SID Code (CD): IFPI AAHP5


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June 12, 2020
edited 4 months ago
What a pity Mick Ness mistook "being modern" for "making extremely annoying and repetitive sounds with a sampler" on a couple of tracks. Otherwise (with few exceptions like the terrible, made-to-be-radio-friendly "Soft Pioneers Implode") quality stuff like you can expect from Dick Polak.


April 25, 2014
My copy of this record came with a CD (with the same tracklist, and an almost identical mini paper cover).