Future World Orchestra was founded in 1980 by Robert Pot and Gerto Heupink who both have had a great interest in synthesizer technology. After having experimented for several months in private, they eventually decided to contact Dureco, one of the leading Dutch record companies, about releasing their music. The first recording session comprised the tracks: "Desire", "I'm not afraid of the future", "Airborne" and "Casablanca Nights". "Desire" was the first single released in October 1981 and became a Dutch hit instantly. Interest from all over Europe came right away and releases followed quickly. Robert and Gerto visited Italy and Spain for promotional purposes. The LP-album "Mission Completed" was released in 1982. In 1983 the album "Turning Point" was released and contained amongst other tracks: "Theme from E.T." and "Roulette", which became radio finish tune of the "Tour de France" in 1983. In 1985 Robert and Gerto separated musically because of differences in vision and opinions about the direction to go. Robert and Gerto have stayed good friends until this very day! Robert released "The Hidden Files" in the year 2000, containing only instrumental tracks. In April 2010 "Regenerated" is released, an album containing the classic tracks of Future World Orchestra, completely newly recorded and produced by Robert Pot.