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Galactic Reaction 3:55
Dance In The Milkway 3:55
Interstellar Melody 3:17
Unknown Flight 5:25
Astroport 4:30
Milkway Promenade 3:40
Love For N.R. Part 1 4:50
Love For N.R. - Ecstasy Part 2 2:37

Versions (7)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
900 552 Milkways Milkways(LP, Album) Barclay 900 552 France 1978 Sell This Version
17.1334/9 Milkways Galactic Reaction(LP) Movieplay 17.1334/9 Spain 1978 Sell This Version
244 Milkways Milkways(LP, Album) Barclay 244 Colombia 1978 Sell This Version
15015 Milkways Milkways(LP, Album) Barclay 15015 Venezuela 1978 Sell This Version
MOV-9.022 Milkways Milkways(LP, Album) Barclay MOV-9.022 Portugal 1978 Sell This Version
CD-552-2 Milkways Milkways(CDr, Album, Unofficial) Not On LAbel CD-552-2 Russia 2005 Sell This Version
900.552 Milkways Milkways(LP, Unofficial) Barclay (2) 900.552 France 2012 Sell This Version


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June 28, 2013
referencing Milkways, LP, Album, 900 552
One of the houndreds of Space-counterfeits. Much after Giorgio Moroder, Space and Kraftwerk. Typical French-Italo space copy of the group Space. There were much better space groups around. This one here is quite correct, nice stamp of the idealistic age but is very far from it's masters. There are no whistleable melodilines, no real melody and charasteristic chord strucure, just the typical surface of the necessarily space elements, and so on... All the mentioned groups had excellent quality records, unlike this one.


August 9, 2006
edited over 6 years ago
referencing Milkways, LP, Album, 900 552
As well as having possibly the best/worst record sleeve EVER, this release is also home to one of the most incredible synthesiser tracks I have had the pleasure of hearing. "Love For N.R", much like the better Kraftwerk records, still sounds fresh even today.

Despite the relatively poor production quality (hey, it is almost 30 years old afterall), the music was (light)years ahead of its time. Though difficult to find, this release is well worth tracking down. Just don't show the record sleeve to any your friends.