HeldonElectronique Guerilla

Label:Disjuncta – 12/13
Vinyl, LP, Album, Laminated sleeve
Genre:Electronic, Rock
Style:Space Rock, Prog Rock


"Guerilla Electronique" William Burroughs
A2Back To Heldon
A3Northernland Lady
Special Thanks To Norman Spinrad
B1Ouais, Marchais, Mieux Qu'en 68 (Ex : Le Voyageur)
Lyrics ByNietzsche*
Music ByR.P.*
B2Circulus Vitiosus
B3Ballade Pour Puig Antich, Révolutionnaire Assassiné En Espagne

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Recorded at Schizo studios, Paris, France.
Printed in France
Made in France
Front laminated sleeve.

"All tracks made with an AKS Synthi and a LESPAUL gibson , 1954".
"This record is dedicated to Robert Wyatt".

On the cover A3 is listed as "Ouais, Marchais, Mieux Qu'en 68 (Ex : Le Voyageur)" and B1 as "Northernland Lady".
Catalog number (12/13) appears only on the spine of the sleeve.
No durations indicated.
"Nietzsche" misspelled as "Nietzche" on label.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, stamped; "XXX", crossed out letters): XXX HELDON A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, stamped; "XXX", crossed out letters): XXX HELDON B
  • Other (Droits Réservés): D.R.

Other Versions (5 of 16)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Electronique Guerilla (LP, Album, Mat sleeve)Disjuncta12/13France1974
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Electronique Guerilla (LP, Album, Repress)Urus Records000 001France1975
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I (1974) Electronic Guerilla (LP, Reissue, Album)CobraCOB 37.019France1979
New Submission
I (1974) Electronic Guerilla (LP, Reissue, Album)Cobra, CobraCOB 37.019, COB. 37.019France1979
Recently Edited
Heldon (CD, Album, Reissue)MSI14239France1991



  • ultimathulerecords's avatar
    from my article "From the land of Schizo and beyond..." in Audion 23 (Nov.1992)
    Released in Richard's own Disjuncta Records (originally in an edition of 1000 copies) the first Heldon album, curiously entitled GUERILLA ELECTRONIQUE, collated a Schizo track together with solo guitar loop and electronic works, and also a track in collaboration with another talented guitarist: Alain Renaud; for a debut LP this was, and still is, quite a remarkable release, featuring a wealth of invention, with much use of guitar effects, tape delay and electronics. Looking back, there are many obvious comparisons with the music of Fripp & Eno, and not surprisingly Richard revered Robert Fripp as the foremost master of the guitar. Yet it is curious to note (quoting Richard himself) that 'Heldon 1 was released in '74 at the same time Muff Winwood released the first Fripp & Eno', and that whilst the music of Fripp & Eno involved long evolutive sound fabrics, the early Heldon sound was more angular and captured in small composed morsels. Heldon music had its own identity.


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