Label:Brainticket – BT 80-1
Vinyl, LP, Album, SUISA
Genre:Electronic, Rock
Style:Krautrock, Minimal


AAdventure Part 119:20
BAdventure Part 218:12

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Recorded on Teac equipment May 79-Jan 80.

On cover:
Vertrieb: Bellaphon Schweiz

On labels:
Made in Switzerland by Turicaphon AG
℗ 1980

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: SUISA
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, stamped): LP 80-1 A SWISS MADE [crossbow logo] CUT BY DURAPHON-STUDIO THERWIL
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, stamped): LP 80-1 B SWISS MADE [crossbow logo] CUT BY DURAPHON-STUDIO THERWIL

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Adventure (LP, Album, Stereo, ML)BrainticketBT 80-1Switzerland1980
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Adventure (CD, Album, Mispress, Reissue)Purple Pyramid, Purple Pyramid, Purple Pyramidclp 0076-2, CLP 0076-2, clp-0076-2US1997
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Adventure (LP, Album, Numbered, Reissue)CleopatraCLP 3017US2009
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Adventure (LP, Album, Limited Edition, Reissue, purple)CleopatraCLO 1456US2020
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Adventure (5×File, WAV, Album, Reissue, Stereo, 16-Bit / 44.1 kHz)Purple PyramidnoneWorldwideUnknown



  • Numanoid's avatar
    Edited 3 years ago
    A very cruel release, the two first minutes of Adventure part 1 are among the finest most beautiful swirling synthesizer music anybody will ever hear, you want it to build and last forever and ever, and then it gets cut of abruptly by the sound of an axe felling a tree.

    The theme resurfaces for the last three minutes of Adventure part 1, but it is nevertheless feels like a coitus interrupts (what happens in between is all that matters)

    I guess that is what punk did to the mindset of the progressive moment of the 70's. They had to come up with surprises of their own.
    • progfan97402's avatar
      Edited 11 years ago
      Don't buy the Purple Pyramid CD reissue, go for the original LP. Here's why: Cleopatra Records (in which Purple Pyramid is a division of) had switched both Adventure and Voyage, so when you're buying Adventure, you're buying Voyage, and vice versa. The only reason you might even consider the CD reissues is for the bonus cuts. Other than that, stick with the LP. This is the actual Adventure, their first album since 1973's Celestial Ocean, this time an all-instrumental outfit. This album is unjustly maligned, but a great combination of experimental, ethnic, and electronic. Great '70s keyboards, and a great '70s sound (even if this was from 1980). I'm a sucker for that '70s vintage sound and this album doesn't disappoint! By the way, the music on this album reminds me of the incidental music by Rinder & Lewis featured on the TV series In Search of... (1976 to 1982) hosted by Leonard Nimoy. In fact, I just got me the In Search of... Complete Collection DVD set released by VEI, and I played this Brainticket album while I was watching an episode and the music fits wonderfully with the series. I almost thought the music was on the program itself, and not playing on my turntable!


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