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Central Unit - Loving Machinery EP album mp3

  • Performer: Central Unit
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Title: Loving Machinery EP
  • Released: 2012
  • Style: New Wave, Electro, Synth-pop
  • Country: Italy
  • MP3 version size: 1229 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1125 mb
  • Other: MPC AIFF APE ASF WMA DTS AU
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 254

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Central Unit Loving Machinery (ep 12" 1982) Data Corporation. The Orchard Music (от лица компании ". amp; Records"); BMI - Broadcast Music In. и другие авторские общества (1).

Loving Machinery EP ‎(12", Ltd, RM, Cle). Formed in 1981, they were among the first in Italy to manipulate synths, drum machines and other electronic devices (as far as we know they were one of the few bands in the world able to program a Korg-KR55 drum machine) to create atmospheric soundscapes and they were considered the Italian answer to Tuxedomoon, who spawned a whole school in the. Italian underground.

Formed in 1981, Central Unit were among the first in Italy to manipulate synths, drum machines and other electronic devices (as far as we know they were one of the few bands in the world able to program a Korg-KR55 drum machine) to create atmospheric soundscapes combined with mechanical basslines and relentless bass guitar meanderings, with slothy saxophone murmurs peeping out. here and there. Recorded and mixed during May 1981. Reissued by Mannequin Feb 2012. Limited Clear Vinyl, 300 copies.

1. Saturday Nite (Remastered). Listen to Loving Machinery EP (Remastered) in full in the this site app. Play on this site.

Saturday Nite (Remastered). Rock Onze (Remastered). What Use? (Remastered). Popular Songs by Central Unit. The Time Is Now. Central Unit.

The new album of Central Unit is set to be released by . amp; Records, following their previous albums Internal Cut (2004) and I See You (2010), and tells about an ordinary day in the rush life many of us are living. Whatever day suits you best. On Board, to start a Gear Path, that will lead undoubtedly to be Snowed Under. So, Get It Out of Your System – to start something else, or at least to have a Seesaw Daydream, and maybe to ask ourselves what’s the aim of all of that.

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Tracklist

A1 Saturday Nite 4:35
A2 Rock Onze 4:15
B1 What Use? 4:00
B2 Beset City 4:50

Credits

  • Arranged By – Central Unit
  • Artwork By – Giorgio Carpinteri
  • Executive Producer – L.M. Records, Minnella Hi Fi
  • Producer – Central Unit
  • Reissue Producer – Alessandro Adriani
  • Remastered By – Natale Nitti
  • Written-By – Natale Nitti (tracks: A1, A2, B2), Tuxedomoon (tracks: B1)

Notes

Recorded and mixed during May 1981.

Reissued by Mannequin Feb 2012.

30th Anniversary Edition Reissue

Limited Clear Vinyl, 300 copies

24Kbit Remastered from the original master tape

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
OUTPUT 001 Central Unit Loving Machinery ‎(12", EP) Data Corporation OUTPUT 001 Italy 1982

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Comments

Timberahue Timberahue
Mannequin is really happy to present the 30th Anniversary Edition of the 12’’ EP ‘Loving Machinery” from Central Unit, the cult New Wave mitteleuropean band based in Bologna (nowdays reformed with a different lineup). Formed in 1981, they were among the first in Italy to manipulate synths, drum machines and other electronic devices (as far as we know they were one of the few bands in the world able to program a Korg-KR55 drum machine) to create atmospheric soundscapes and they were considered the Italian answer to Tuxedomoon, who spawned a whole school in the Italian underground.After the first live appareances as opening act to bands like Spandau Ballet and Monochrome Set in their Italian tours, Central Unit published in March 1982, the 12’’ EP “Loving Machinery” with 4 tracks, including a cover of “What Use?” from Tuxedomoon. The EP first entered Belgian and German charts with the single "Saturday Nite", thanks to its skeletal electronic beats and minimal synth atmospheres, combined with mechanical basslines and relentless bass guitar meanderings, with slothy saxophone murmurs peeping out here and there.Central Unit joined some important live shows in Italian and foreign festival (remarkable their show in 1983 at No Wave, No Jazz festival in Berlin where they played with Fad Gadget, Einsturzende Neubauten and Notorische Reflexe), and they released an album for major label CGD, produced by Tuxedomoon bassist Peter Principle in 1983.Cover art by the renowned cartoon artist Giorgio Carpinteri (Frigidaire, Linus). Carpinteri was part of the so- called Valvoline group, a group of experimental comics artists, that followed in the footsteps of José Muñoz, Joost Swarte and Art Spiegelman.