The Ventures ‎– Out Of Limits / Telstar

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Award Records ‎– EPV 8401, Award Records ‎– EVP 8401
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Vinyl, 12", EP, Single, Promo, Clear
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A1 Out Of Limits (Dance Mix)
Synthesizer – Jamie SheriffVocals – Leisha Z*Written-By – Michael Z. Gordon
9:10
A2 Telstar (Radio Mix)
Synthesizer – D. Carr*, J. Sheriff*Written-By – J. Meek*
3:47
B1 Telstar (Dance Mix)
Synthesizer – D. Carr*, J. Sheriff*Written-By – J. Meek*
7:50
B2 Out Of Limits (Radio Mix)
Synthesizer – Jamie SheriffVocals – Leisha Z*Written-By – Michael Z. Gordon
3:50

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From the album "NASA 25th Anniversary"
Produced by Don Wilson & Mel Taylor for T.W.A. Productions and Award Masters, Inc. at Indigo Ranch, Malibu, Ca.

Special thanks to Paul Warren
Tracks A1 & B2 Published by Chappell & Co. Inc. (ASCAP)
Tracks A2 & B1 Published by Campbell, Connelly, Inc. (ASCAP)

Comes with a title sleeve.
Cat # EPV 8401 on sleeve
Cat # EVP 8401 on labels

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  • Rights Society: ASCAP

Other Versions (4 of 4) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
54542 The Ventures Telstar / Out Of Limits(7", RE) Liberty 54542 US Unknown Sell This Version
F 054542 The Ventures Telstar / Out Of Limits(7") United Artists Records F 054542 Canada Unknown Sell This Version
54542 The Ventures Telstar / Out Of Limits(7", Single, RE) Liberty 54542 US Unknown Sell This Version
EPV 8401, EVP 8401 The Ventures Out Of Limits / Telstar(12", EP, Single, Cle) Award Records, Award Records EPV 8401, EVP 8401 US 1983 Sell This Version

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kameleon303

kameleon303

March 30, 2014
Are the YouTube clips the right ones for this record?? They don't sound very proto-electro or disco to me?
rtype

rtype

May 8, 2011
edited over 7 years ago

This is a record that makes me wish there was an instrumental. "Out of Limits" is creepy proto-electro built around a classic surf guitar sample. Reminds me of "The Theme from Friday the 13th" by Hot Ice meets "The Escape from New York OST" by John Carpenter. Unfortunately, the vocals ruin it when they come in. It's a shame. Totally ruins the creepy electro/disco sound by turning into lame new wave. DJs with two copies can mix the vocals out because there are large sections of the record without any vocals.