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13 September 2008

Machine Age Music (Junk Funk) promo


UPDATE: 
This post was re-uploaded 
01/12/2014. 
Enjoy, NØ








A four song 12" promo from SPK on Elektra.













 SPK - Machine Age Voodoo (Junk Funk)12' promo, Elektra ED 5020, 1984.
decryption code in comments

Side A -
Machine Age Voodoo (Junk Funk) (Special Crash Mix) (5:53)

Side B -
Machine Age Voodoo (Junk Funk) (Special Crash Edit) (3:30)
High Tension (LP Version) (3:47)
Metal Dance (Original Mix) (4:50)

Enjoy,

5 comments:

  1. Thanks Nathan, I'm downloading the stuff as I write this. It's a good thing 'cause I never listened to anything by SPK post-1983 for a friend of mine used to say "after 'Auto Da Fe', they turned into making uninteresting 'ambient-electro-disco', don't waste your time with that, the worst being the 'Gold and Poison' LP"
    Anyway, Graeme Revell's artistic journey is an original one when you think about it: now he does tons of soundtracks. Most recent movie I saw with him being credited must be Rodriguez 'Planet Terror' (awesome movie btw)

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  2. Haha, that's co cheesy (the cute kind of cheesy)
    thanks for this one Nath!

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  3. The singer for Killing Joke does classical scores now too. But I agree with Elodie -- Revell's artistic journey is an original and wide-ranging one.

    SPK! SPK! SPK! SPK! SPK!
    Kill kill kill for inner peace!
    Maul maul maul for mental health!

    Tarantino should put THAT on a soundtrack.

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  4. MEGA decryption code
    dRQzcxjwPdvKJJbavBITYmmM-UJxiujU3dVtnpLBj5M

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