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LedaWelcome To Joyland

Label:Metronome – 0060.122
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:Germany
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Synth-pop

Tracklist

A1Welcome To Joyland3:56
A2Endless Race3:46
A3White Clouds4:48
A4Movin' On3:04
B1City Of Light4:17
B2Space Ride3:30
B3Caroussel4:30
B4Future3:28
B5Stardust3:18
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© All titles Paragon Verlag Berlin
Rec. in Paragon Studios

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: 60122-A-0702.398-S1 PF.
  • Matrix / Runout: 60122-B-0702.398-S2 PF.
  • Label Code: LC 0270
  • Rights Society: GEMA

Other Versions (3)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Welcome To Joyland (LP, Album)Polydor2393 201France1978
Welcome To Joyland (LP, Album, Limited Edition, Reissue)Private Records (2)369.004Germany2011
Welcome To Joyland (LP, Album, Limited Edition, Reissue, Clear)Private Records (2)369.004Germany2011

Reviews

Expansive09's avatar
Expansive09
You can hear ex TD member Peter Baumanns musical touches all over this album. Way ahead of its time and never released on CD unfortunately!
JAS_VinylMagic_Shop's avatar
Edited 10 years ago
this record in one of my favorite german electronic music productions. At the peak I thought I had about 5 Mint copies of this album and want to share 3 interesting facts I found out about this LP.

1.) There are existing 2 german "Metronome" vintage pressing which look almost identical. The difference is that one LP has a cover with ivory white coloured background and a very thick high gloss lamination. First I thought this would be the first pressing because the cover looks more like the heavy quality which was used from the early to mid 70's but after comparing it to Hans Brandeis (Cyril Claud) deposit copy from the 70's I'm sure this is a rare 2nd pressing!
The first pressing has a common white background and the printing on the front looks all in all brighter. Instead of the thick lamination it has a gloss finish.

I think the ivory one is the rarer of both versions because I found only one copy during my time as collector.

2.) The french pressing sounds slightly different. While the german pressing seems to be mastered like a (kraut)rock LP the french pressing was mixed like a disco production (high compression, usa style)

3.) The Leda album which was released on Metronome is actually the second take of this project. There was an unreleased version which was recorded earlier with a girl from the Berlin Krautrock scene as female singer. After the recording was finished she changed her mind because she thought she could not prostitute herself for a commercial project ...