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Space Art ‎– Space Art (1977, IF Records)


Media NM
Sleeve VG+

Format : LP
Cat N° : 67 173
Style : Synth-pop, Experimental, Ambient

Dominique Perrier and Roger Rizzitelli of the ’70s Space Art team should have had a bigger audience but were overshadowed by synth-rock rival Jean Michel Jarre. Space Art had a similar sound but lacked promotion and distribution. Their 1977 self-titled debut LP had a catchy opening riff in “Onyx” and borrowed cues from Walter/Wendy Carlos, especially in the long “Ode a Clavius.” The album’s sound is almost like the faux-baroque soundtrack to “A Clockwork Orange” but with heavy drumming and state-of-the-art equipment. Even after thirty-five years, the album still sounds good and deserves a second look.

In stock

A1 – Onyx
A2 – Naissance De Cassiopée
A3 – Interlune
A4 – Axius
B1 – Aquarella
B2 – Ode A Clavius
B3 – Laser En Novembre

Weight 0,23 kg