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Poutre Apparente,France

No wave, punk, electronic experimental...

Heartbreaker / Look at the people

CIRCLE X
"Heartbreaker / Look at the people"

Poutre Apparente
pape006

(7")

(Punk)

2012

70.00 SEK

CIRCLE X "Heartbreaker / Look at the people"


Label: Poutre Apparente [pape006]
Released: 2012

Reissue of the first 7" from CIRCLE X initially given with the SHVANTZ catalog and recorded in 1979 with Ralph Neun. The reissue comes with a new cover and an insert. -P.A...
Poutre Apparente
pape006 - 2012

7"

Punk


70.00 SEK

Crash

Philippe DORAY / Thierry MULLER
"Crash"

Poutre Apparente
pape005

(7")

(Electronica)

2009

70.00 SEK

Philippe DORAY / Thierry MULLER "Crash"


Label: Poutre Apparente [pape005]
Released: 2009

Philippe Doray : lyrics, Korg vocoder, guitar, EMS Synthi AChristian Dherbecourt : guitar, Korg MS 20Patrick Müller : EMS Synthi AKS on Vaugan's balladThierry Müller : music, Farfisa VIP 233, Roland SPV-355, guitars, Devilla's electronic drums and clock, photos and graphic design.ATTENTION this record play at 33RPM -Bimbo T...
Poutre Apparente
pape005 - 2009

7"

Electronica


70.00 SEK

Low flying aircraft

PULP MUSIC
"Low flying aircraft"

Poutre Apparente
PAPE 002

(7")

(Punk)

2007

60.00 SEK

PULP MUSIC "Low flying aircraft"


Label: Poutre Apparente [PAPE 002]
Released: 2007

The second reference on Poutre Apparente is out : the reissue of the magical 7” from Anne Bean and Paul Burwell known as PULP MUSIC “Low Flying Aircraft ep”, and released in 1979 before the formation of the BOW GAMELAN ENSEMBLE (with Richard Wilson)! -Poutre Apparente..
Poutre Apparente
PAPE 002 - 2007

7"

Punk


60.00 SEK

February - April 1981

PLUS INSTRUMENTS
"February - April 1981"

Poutre Apparente
palp008

(LP)

(Electropunk)

2012

150.00 SEK

PLUS INSTRUMENTS "February - April 1981"


Label: Poutre Apparente [palp008]
Released: 2012

Reissue of the LP initially released on Kremlin in 1981 and recorded by the line up of Truus de Groot, David Linton and Lee Ranaldo. This reissue comes with a different black and gold cover, an insert and liner notes by Truus de Groot. “On a rainy night in November 1980 Truus de Groot went to see Rhys Chatham’s band in her Hometown of Eindhoven. Never suspecting that this evening would change the course of her life! She met David Linton who played the drums with Rhys. They struck up a whirlwind friendship. Upon their farewell, David mentioned “come see me in New York”. Fast forward two months later and Truus was in New York. Armed with backing track tapes, David and Truus started jamming around in his loft. Soon his roommate Lee Ranaldo joined and a new Plus Instruments was born. Full of enthusiasm and creative energy they started performing. Truus’ first visit was Jim Fourrat’s office in the West Village. Jim was taken by this three piece and booked them in various venues..
Poutre Apparente
palp008 - 2012

LP

Electropunk


150.00 SEK

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