Various ‎– Synth Planet

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Radio Cosmos ‎– RC004
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2 × Vinyl, LP, Limited Edition, Coloured
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A1 S.C.D* Cwejmansong 4:35
A2 Keen K When The Moon Falls Down 5:18
A3 Aldo Bergamachine Ice Sun 4:25
B1 Anosphere Epsilon Hunter Part2 Remix 5:29
B2 Young Monday Vol De Nuit 4:01
B3 Young Monday A Written Description 3:49
B4 Vz Vintage Space Race 3:49
C1 Aldo Bergamachine Melody For Robot 5:43
C2 The Sweeps Facing The Night (Extended Remix)
Remix – The Silicon ScientistVocals – Kristina Lachnit
8:07
C3 Vz Vintage The End Of This Trip 3:55
D1 Antilles Lollipop Lullaby 3:49
D2 Antilles Seconds 3:15
D3 Infinity Night Melancholic Dust (Summer String-Part1) 3:59
D4 Infinity Night Melancholic Dust (Summer String-Part2) 3:42
D5 S.C.D* Vox 2:19

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Disc 1 is translucent orange. Disc 2 is frosted clear.

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AnnaLogue

AnnaLogue

April 16, 2010
Finally! Here is the fourth chapter of Radio Cosmos’ “Synth …” series – another wonderful compilation fueled with a blend of electropop, italo disco, electronic(a) pop or whatever you wanna call this soup of synthetic sound emissions, this time on 2 colour vinyls and as always with fab artwork by Gil Formosa. Once again the compilation is kicked off by Dutchman Boele Berkes’ just wonderful project S.C.D and he just knows how to catch Anna – “Cwejmansong” is a wonderful piece of brilliant instrumental new age-electropop paying homage to the Cwejman S1 mk2 analog modular synthesizer and basically alone worth the buy. Then Berlin-based darling KEEN K. with another beautiful song in his typical spacey electropop style with female vocals by some Kate. Obligatory then ALDO BERGAMACHINE with also his typical spacey electropop that makes you wanna dance even at home, “Ice Sun” and “Melody for Robot”: great stuff to dream and dance to! ANOSPHERE comes along with additional vocoders, then there’s also YOUNG MONDAY, V2 VINTAGE PROJECT, ANTILLES (beautiful playful tracks, not too far away from Solvent) and INFINITYNIGHT which all deliver lovely pieces … but still to mention explicitly, thee italo disco überhit: “Facing The Night” by THE SWEEPS here as THE SILICON SCIENTIST’s extended remix. Okay, you will think that Anna praises this track as it is by one of her roster bands, but when you will hear it you will see and hear: it has it all – there are so many reminiscences that this review couldn’t be long enough to mention them all - thus just a WOW WOW WOW!!! To cut the story short: once again simply a beautiful compilation with no drop-outs of a series that could go on and on like the infinity of space…