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Die ZweiU.S.A.! U.S.A.! U.S.A.!

Label:East West Trading Company – EWLP 2
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:UK
Released:
Genre:Electronic, Jazz, Pop
Style:Electro, Experimental, Vocal

Tracklist

A1The Harry Lime Theme2:58
A245 Boys On The Beach Part 12:57
A3Skyliner2:54
A445 Boys On The Beach Part 22:29
A5Miss Fit4:01
A6We Wait For The Moment / Connecticut3:33
B1Cha Cha4:07
B2Grapsch!5:17
B3Wanted: The Tyrell Corp.5:38
B4River Of No Return3:13
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  • Licensed ThroughZensor – EWLP 2

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Licensed from Zensor Records.

Other Versions (2)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
U.S.A.! U.S.A.! U.S.A.! (LP)East West Trading Company, ZensorEWLP 2, Zensor CM 06Germany1984
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U.S.A.! U.S.A.! U.S.A.! (LP, Album, Test Pressing)East West Trading CompanyEWLP 2UK1984

Reviews

ptv023's profile picture
ptv023
Definitely a strange LP. Some great experimental electro tunes on the B side, but prepare yourself for some pretty sincere collegiate a cappella stylings on the A side.
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Bokkiebeh
Strange and obscure German production, "Wanted: The Tyrell Corp." blew me away! Great weird track with lots of vocoder action, synths, and bizar lyrics about ET etc etc. Nice addition to your collection if you like the obscure and experimental! No idea if this one was pressed alot, didn't see that many for sale, but the ones I saw were in Near Mint or Mint condition. Probably a forgotten (underrated) album. It took a while to get the original title of this album, as it was also available on tape. In the old school electro community this was/is a sought after track.
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bilsenpilsen
Album usa!usa!usa!This is great. Way underrated and forgotten about when this duo of great visionaries really were ahead of their time, mixing electronic sounds with vocals.
An interesting fact is that billie ray martin, who later became famous with electribe 101 and as a solo artist (with her worldwide hit your loving arms and a bunch of other hits)made her first EVER appearance on any recording ever on the song: miss fit.
Noone seems to know this. now you do.