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PyrolatorAusland

Label:Ata Tak – WR10, Ata Tak – WR 10
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:Germany
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Synth-pop, Experimental

Tracklist

A1Max3:18
A2Die Haut Der Frau3:10
A3Mein Hund2:06
A4Elefantendisco3:07
A5Fricandel Speciaal (Gaat Swingen)1:51
A6Gold + Silber2:51
A7Bacano Brothercito!3:45
B1180°2:59
B2True Love6:15
B3Studio Fatal4:18
B4Cassiopeia1:48
B5Du Bist So... Ich Träume3:59
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Notes

Das Büro D-4000 Düssi

Catalog# on center label: "WR10"
Catalog# on spine "WR 10"

Matrix run-out info:
Lacquer cutting engineer and - company uncredited, denoted by etched "PF" in matrix runout area.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, etched): WR 012-A PF 76.26 155- 01-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, etched): WR 012-B 76.26 155- 01-2 PF

Other Versions (5 of 7)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Ausland (LP, Album, Misprint, Repress)Ata Tak, Ata TakWR10, WR 10Germany1984
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Ausland (CD, Album, Reissue)Ata Tak, Ata TakWR 87, WR87Germany2003
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Ausland (CD, Album, Limited Edition, Reissue, Remastered)Captain Trip RecordsCTCD-738Japan2011
New Submission
Ausland (LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered, 180 gram)Bureau B, Bureau BBB 098, BB 98Europe2012
New Submission
Ausland (CD, Album, Reissue, Digipak)Bureau BBB 098Europe2012

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Reviews

  • Alaindexe's avatar
    Alaindexe
    Edited 7 years ago
    Pyrolator is a solo project of Kurt Dahlke, a member of Der Plan. Ausland (abroad) is reminiscent of the Resident’s surrealist spirit but with a new wave touch that eases the music.

    It begins with 'Max', a light piece à la Der Plan that moves on with 'Die Haut der Frau' (woman’s skin), a track with a minimalist touch. 'Mein Hund' combines electronic and acoustic sounds with an almost funky rhythm for a slightly minimalist sound. 'Gold & Silber' is a spellbinding and muffled piece with a myriad of sounds that burst out here and there. In 'Bacano Brothercito', we return into surrealism with spanish lyrics and a swinging rhythm. This musical landscape is seasoned with sonic textures that gives strength to this furious rhythm piece. '180˚' is a sort of new wave à la DAF (Dahlke was among its founders) but more minimalist. Orgasm’s screams and sounds are inserted into the rhythm, thus creating a narrative framework that evolves during the entire piece. This prepares the ground for the album’s masterpiece, 'True Love', a long collage scattered with juicy extracts from the TV in a great groove. Many extracts talk about the afterlife and drugs, this being done in a mesmerizing montage punctuated with electronic sounds. It furiously ends with a steam locomotive and moves on with 'Studio Fatal', a superb track that begins a capella with a female voice and goes on with another electronic and minimalist piece with a touch of free jazz in which a woman explains, in french, how to use a recording studio. It is followed by 'Cassiopeia X', an ambient track made of noises that gives us a pause and allows us to breathe. It ends with 'Du bist so… ich träume' (You are so … I dream), a light piece that resemble the rest of the record.

    Pyrolator has produced another superb album which is much lighter : 'Wonderland'. My comment is for the vinyl version of 'Ausland'. The CD has 8 mores songs and last 64 minutes.

    © Alain Cliche 2016

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