Richard Pinhas & John Livengood - Cyborg Sally [2LP]

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RSD 2016 release. Two red LPs in 350-gram matte sleeve. Limited edition of
1000. Cyborg Sally, inspired by Norman Spinrad's 1987 novel Rock
Machine, marked the return of pioneering French electronic guru Richard
Pinhas (Heldon) to the forefront of the French underground scene when it was
released in 1994. This impressive work, the result of a two-year collaboration with
John Livengood (Red Noise, Spacecraft), achieves new summits of
sophistication and maturity in the fields of electronic music. First vinyl edition.
Reissued under license from Richard Pinhas.
A1. Intro : Hyperion
A2. Cyborg Sally
A3. Derita (toward a creepy afternoon)
B1. Rock Machine : Red ripe Anarchy
B2. Gilles Deleuze : Beyond Hyperion
C1. Nuke (the ultimate « interface » interstellar part)
C2. Moira
C3. Wag (variation sur les quatre notes fondatrices de Parsifal)
D1. Tales from Hyperion
D2. Ritournelle part 1 - part 2
D3. ...

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