Landscape ‎– From The Tea-Rooms Of Mars .... To The Hell-Holes Of Uranus

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RCA ‎– RCALP 5003, RCA ‎– RCA LP 5003, RCA ‎– PL 25328
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A1 European Man
A2 Shake The West Awake
A3 Computer Person
A4.1 Alpine Tragedy
A4.2 Sisters
A5 Face Of The 80's
A6 New Religion
B1 Einstein A Go-Go
B2 Norman Bates
Narrator – Peter MarinkerVoice [Screams] – Mary Baird
B3 The Doll's House
From The Tea-Rooms Of Mars ... To The Hell Holes Of Uranus
B4-i "Beguine"
B4-ii "Mambo"
B4-iii "Tango"

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Produced for Event Horizon Enterprises.

Issued with a printed inner sleeve

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  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, A-side, stamped): RCA LP 5003 A-3
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, B-side, stamped): RCA LP 5003 B-3
  • Matrix / Runout (Runouts, etched): UTOPIA
  • Other (Date sleeve printed, company): TM 1/81 RS

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Faktor14

Faktor14

May 27, 2008

Obviously music is a very subjective medium so someones trash might be someone elses gold.

In my case, at a young age my cousin played me this album and I'd never heard anything like it. It got my into electronic music which led to electro, rap, techno into electronic music as we know it today.
But for me, this was the start of listening and looking for sounds that no one else had heard before and this album is a showcase for creating fantastic sounds with synthesizers.

I've listened to the album quite recently to see whether it was just those rose tinted specs I had on but some of the synth lines, sounds and solos on the album still sound fantastic.

Yeah, its a bit 'odd' and they seem to fancy themselves as a bit like the band on Star Wars with the Beguine,etc but to me they carry it off because of the innovative sounds and great melodies that they conjur from their equipment.
Crijevo

Crijevo

February 10, 2005
edited over 12 years ago
Now this is what synth-pop sounds like when you're trying hard to be 'Telex' but become 'Fax Machine' in its cheapest sense. Despite a charming run of sequencers, you cannot tell whether it's Landscape blokes who try to be as dead serious while their horrible choreography makes you blush from thinking 'if I were in those clothes'. 'Einstein A Go-Go' makes some decent exception, while on the other hand it's also a sole aim at the charts with predictable scientific edge.
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DJWerkz

DJWerkz

October 2, 2003
A most inspirational and often over-looked album of the 80's synth-pop era. Listen to this album and find the early origins of Techno.