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    ADN' CkrystallCOD·ADN'

    Label:
    clogsontronics – SG 009
    Format:
    Vinyl, 7", 33 ⅓ RPM, Limited Edition
    CD, Mini, Limited Edition
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    Tracklist

    7"
    A1Just A Coda4:43
    A2Mini-Romance3:30
    BRhino6:16
    CD
    1Just A Coda4:43
    2Mini-Romance3:30
    3Rhino6:16
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    Credits

    • Bass [Electric Bass]Jeff Carrere* (tracks: B)
    • Written-by, Vocals, Synthesizer, Electronic Drums [Rhythm Box], Artwork By [Design]Erick Moncollin

    Notes

    Limited editon of 450 hand-numbered copies.
    Comes in a plastic envelope with velcro. Contained are the 7" + Mini CD and a poster in a extra foil bag with sticker.
    Everything is designed by Érick Moncollin himself.

    The track "Mini-Romance" is dedicated to Chen Magal

    Equipment used: Roland D-50, Roland Juno-60, SR-16 Alesis, Synthi 100F Kamaï, DX-27 Yamaha, C-R-B 1969 Diamond 742 S

    Reviews

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    AnnaLogue
    ADN’ CKRYSTALL’s latest release includes three new compositions and marks the first release on Dutch Clogsontronics label with contemporary and non-Dutch material. “Just a Coda” is linked musically more to the “Synthesizers...” album, mainly due the use of the Alesis SR-16 drum machine, still a very good track. As for our beloved elder sound there is “Mini-Romance”, using the CRB 1969 Diamond 742 S drum machine again, which thus could have easily found its way onto the “Minilab” album (Anna 013). “Rhino” is powerfully driven by the Korg KR-33 and additionally by new band mate Jeff’s bass; it would have also fitted perfectly onto the “Minilab” album. So music for any ADN’ lover, and great to hear that Erick writes great songs on and on... Apart fro all tracks being delivered on vinyl and CD, there is a fantastic and very dark DIN-A1 poster, originally painted by Erick himself!