Nasmak4our Clicks

Label:Plurex Records – PLUREX 2300
Vinyl, LP, Album
Genre:Electronic, Rock
Style:New Wave, Synth-pop, Experimental


A1Pilot In Charge2:49
A2Waiting Room4:30
A3I Hope I Am Gonna Rain Today4:03
A4Nothing But The Lyrics3:29
A5Sade M De3:21
B1Origins And Whereabouts2:06
B2No Touch And Go4:35
B3Take A Look2:47
B4Not Your Living Doll3:12
B64our Clicks
Performer [4 clicks]Roland Smits

Companies, etc.



Release in die-cut and debossed cover, issued with dark blue inner sleeve (track titles, credits).

[On inner sleeve]
Recorded at Ballad Studios, December 1981
Mixed At Arnold Mühren Studios, January 1982
Sleeve: RvM for INform

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, stamped, hand-etched): 08-22088-1A-1 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, stamped, hand-etched): 08-22088-1B-1 A
  • Rights Society: STEMRA
  • Other (On labels and back): VR 22088

Other Versions (4)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
4our Clicks (CD, Album, Remix)Eksakt Records039Netherlands1988
New Submission
4our Clicks (LP, Album, Reissue)RERELP017Netherlands2023
New Submission
4our Clicks (11×File, FLAC, Album, Reissue)Not On Label (Nasmak Self-released)noneNetherlands2023
New Submission
4our Clicks (CDr, Album, Reissue)FonosLP-1857NetherlandsUnknown



  • dnbodi's avatar
    Did Factory Records nick the idea for the cover art of New Order 'Blue Monday' from this 12". Or just a coincidence?
    • ptrgll's avatar
      This is very much an essential post-punk/new wave album. It’s a shame that this piece of art doesn’t get more recognition.
      • location.ak47's avatar
        Edited 3 years ago
        4our those who missed out the sound of Nasmak - let them be yours for a brief instant! Magnificent as much as innovent in their own individuality and style... Semi-cold, freshly pop-ish / bloodily 'wavey, - A decisive experience as introduction, from what pursuits with straight posture that terribly rich & powerful world. 4our Clicks has the chance to be thought to be played in order aswell as seing further, further the limits of any possibility, of any move. It is defined to be played in a place where people can move, the way they want, the way they should. No repetitions! Each song has a story, so well adjusted that it suggests each next song to be the suite of the previous et ainsi de suite... It is so different from their cousins Kiem who keep pressing on that 'industrial, spirit.
        This album could eventually evocate 'Sparks In A Dark Room' (Minny Pops) that went out same year, without all the horrible aspects and rhythmbox fascination. No, Nasmak has (here) a 'force de frappe' hard to face! If people are crying for Joy Division, let Nasmak make you scream! No way back!


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