Unit Black Flight ‎– Escape From Indianapolis!

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
BUNKER 3042 Unit Black Flight Escape From Indianapolis!(LP, Ltd) Bunker Records BUNKER 3042 Netherlands 2004 Sell This Version
BUNKER 3042 Unit Black Flight Escape From Indianapolis!(12", Ltd, RP) Bunker Records BUNKER 3042 Netherlands 2012 Sell This Version
BUNKER 3042 Unit Black Flight Infiltration And Extraction (LP, Ltd, RP) Bunker Records BUNKER 3042 Netherlands 2016 Sell This Version

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rexx_luthor

May 30, 2005
edited over 13 years ago
referencing Escape From Indianapolis!, LP, Ltd, BUNKER 3042

Dark and sinister 80s' sci-fi/action film soundtrack music, continuing well the overall mood of the Robot Dystopia series from Bunker.

Trivia: This one owes alot to the filmmaker and composer John Carpenter, especially musically but otherwise also:

For starters, "Escape From Indianapolis" is quite similar to Carpenter's film title "Escape From New York" (from 1981). Furthermore, one can get a hint where Unit Black Flight got their name from... the following quote is a line by police commissioner Bob Hauk, one of the characters of "Escape From New York":

"S.D. Plissken. American Lieutenant. Special Forces Unit, Black Flight. Two Purple Hearts, Leningrad and Siberia. Youngest man to be decorated by the President. You robbed the federal reserve depository. Life sentence, New York Maximum Security Penitentiary. I'm ready to kick your ass out of the world, War Hero."