Various ‎– Computered Love

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Private Records (2) ‎– 369.036, Private Records (2) ‎– 369.037
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2 × Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Limited Edition, Numbered, red / blue
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Tracklist

A1 Carol Rich Computered Love 3:15
A2 Recht Herzlich Gut Bewegen 4:49
A3 R.E.K. Computer Haben Herzschmerz 4:12
B1 Brain (6) D.I.X.O. 7:04
B2 Schwarzer Freitag XX 4 3:47
B3 Schaltkreis Wassermann Trigger U 3:36
B4 Krackers Machines 3:27
C1 Transvolta Disco Computer 7:07
C2 Roboterwerke High On Tech 6:35
C3 Frederic Mirage Der Computer 6:04
D1 El Deux Computer-Mädchen 4:47
D2 I.B.M.* Computer Love 7:34
D3 Frederic Mirage Aerafo 3:07
D4 Mäschi Planet Love 4:54

Notes

One LP blue, one LP red.

A bag filled with „computered love“. This computer inspired 2 x LP compilation including the most sought after, valuable and rarest computer inspired underground dance music productions from about 1979 to 1982.

Lineprinter / computer inspired design. Packed in a shilded bag made to protect computer chips. Including insert.

Limited to 250 handnumbered copies.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
369.036, 369.037 Various Computered Love(2xLP, Comp, Ltd) Private Records (2), Private Records (2) 369.036, 369.037 Germany 2016 Sell This Version

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hysteric

hysteric

August 4, 2016

In general I dig the Private label’s unique approach to packaging, maybe a bit over the top with the vibrators and yo-yos, but hey at least they are doing something different.
This one sealed in a ‘bag for computer chips’ was a bit of a misfire IMO, the thing looked cool until I realized I need to cut one side off in order to play the records… this kind of ‘destructive’ packaging has worked only once (again IMO), for John Bender’s – “Plaster Falling” LP.
(btw I could have totally accepted this plastic bag if there was also a ‘real’ sleeve inside as well)

Regardless of my complaints about the packaging, this is still a great comp.
The presence of Carol Rich already made this an essential purchase for me, but there’s a lot more to discover here, thankfully in decent sound quality and volume.