A fascinating release for electronic music buffs and for those with even a fleeting interest in the history of electronic pop, The Synth and Electronic Recording Exchange showcases 21 untitled tracks constructed by pioneering punk producer Martin Hannett (behind the two iconic Joy Division albums) and which he worked on with the BBC Radiophonic Workshop’s Delia Derbyshire over the course of most of a decade. Originally supposed to be released in the mid-Eighties, it was shelved by Hannett, and now is presented on the Ozit Dandelion on double vinyl in the order he intended it.
Vinyl Double LP £19.99 OZITDANLP8036
180g vinyl, gatefold 2LP on Ozit Dandelion.
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