Annotation

Issued in 6-panel fold-out Digipak with white trays and 12-page booklet.

Annotation last modified on 2018-10-10 18:53 UTC.

Tracklist

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CD 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Signals Brian Eno 2:45
2 I Hear a New World Rod Freeman & The Blue Men 2:39
3 Kardamom Oval 1:00
4 Die Liebe (R. Lippok Schneekristall mix) Barbara Morgenstern 3:54
5 Hot on the Heels of Love Throbbing Gristle 4:18
6 Marseille 2 Christian Zanési 3:24
7 Doctor Who (original theme) The BBC Radiophonic Workshop 2:21
8 Space Invaders Are Smoking Grass (radio edit) I-F 4:05
9 Bufferin: Memories Raymond Scott 0:59
10 The Light 3000 Schneider TM vs. KPT.Michi.Gan 4:04
11 Day Breaks, Night Heals Thomas Leer & Robert Rental 3:59
12 Basscadet Autechre 4 5:24
13 586 New Order 4 7:29
14 Freak 'n' You Matmos 4:58
15 Between Kate and Naomi Uusitalo 2:30
16 Atelier Pierre Henry 3:32
17 Inkey$ Aphex Twin 4.35 1:18
18 D.C. D.O.A. Terre Thaemlitz 1:12
19 The Robots Kraftwerk 6:07
20 Radio Music (edit) John Cage 0:57
21 Out Out Out NON 3:33
CD 2
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Just a Second (Starts Like That) Faust 4 3:36
2 Cars (variant) To Rococo Rot 3:58
3 I Want More CAN 3:31
4 Freestyle Dumping Stereolab 3:56
5 Arvio Pan Sonic 1:22
6 Tascel_7 Arovane 2 5:41
7 Super Bad (Soul Substitute) (lb remix) James Brown 3:15
8 Firspk D 2:16
9 Being Boiled The Human League 3:47
10 Direct Drive (edit) AUX 88 3:51
11 Mean Old Devil Bruce Haack 3:24
12 Peanuts Kevin Blechdom 2:42
13 Turn On Fischerspooner 4:23
14 Trixie Thomas Brinkmann 4:52
15 Warm Leatherette The Normal 4.35 3:22
16 Big Muff Depeche Mode 2.65 4:20
17 Senderwahl Dexter 3:53
18 011 Fennesz 2:49
19 At the Golden Circle, Stockholm, Volume 1, 1965 Farben 6:11
20 Ended Coil 1:14

Credits

CD 1

electronic instruments [radio]:
Juan Hidalgo (20th century composer) (track 20)
Walter Marchetti (Italian composer) (track 20)
Gianni-Emilio Simonetti (Italian artist) (track 20)
additional arranger:
Dick Mills (BBC Radiophonic Workshop) (track 7)
additional performer:
Dick Mills (BBC Radiophonic Workshop) (track 7)
arranger:
Delia Derbyshire (track 7)
assistant engineer:
Barry Sage (track 13)
composer:
Joe Meek (track 2)
Genesis Breyer P-Orridge (English singer‐songwriter) (track 5)
Karl Bartos (track 19)
Sean Booth (electronic music producer) (track 12)
Rob Brown (electronic music producer) (track 12)
Chris Carter (UK industrial musician) (track 5)
Peter Christopherson (UK electronic musician and video director) (track 5)
Brian Eno (track 1)
Cosey Fanni Tutti (track 5)
Richard D. James (British electronic musician) (track 17)
Kraftwerk (track 19)
Daniel Lanois (Canadian record producer, guitarist, vocalist, and songwriter) (track 1)
Johnny Marr (track 10)
Florian Schneider (founding member of Kraftwerk) (track 19)
John Cage (American composer) (1956) (track 20)
Ron Grainer (score composer) (1963) (track 7)
Ralf Hütter (track 19)
engineer:
Michael Johnson (UK recording engineer and producer) (track 13)
lyricist:
Joe Meek (track 2)
Morrissey (English singer / songwriter) (track 10)
Genesis Breyer P-Orridge (English singer‐songwriter) (track 5)
Ralf Hütter (track 19)
performer:
Delia Derbyshire (track 7)
producer:
New Order (UK synth pop band) (track 13)
Sean Booth (electronic music producer) (track 12)
Rob Brown (electronic music producer) (track 12)
Brian Eno (track 1)
Richard D. James (British electronic musician) (track 17)
Daniel Lanois (Canadian record producer, guitarist, vocalist, and songwriter) (track 1)
recording engineer:
Richard D. James (British electronic musician) (track 17)
remixer:
Robert Lippok (track 4)
translator:
Ralf Hütter (track 19)
writer:
Gillian Gilbert (track 13)
Peter Hook (track 13)
I-F (track 8)
Stephen Morris (New Order) (track 13)
Bernard Sumner (track 13)
phonographic copyright by:
Warp Records (record company, use “Warp” for imprints) (1993) (track 12)
WEA International Inc. (not for release label use! copyrights holder, distributor for the world outside of the US) (1996) (track 17)
publisher:
Chrysalis Music (music publisher, ASCAP-affiliated) (track 17)
Chrysalis Music Ltd. (music publisher) (track 17)
EMI Music Publishing (do not use as a release label!) (track 12)
Peermusic UK (UK publisher) (track 5)
Universal Music Publishing Ltd. (UK subsidiary of Universal Music Publishing Group) (track 10)
WB Music Corp. (1929-2019) (track 13)
Warp Music Ltd. (Warp Publishing) (track 12)
edit of:
edits:
Basscadet (Warp20 (Infinite) locked groove) by Autechre (track 12)
has remixes:
Basscadet (Tazmx) by Autechre (track 12)
sampled by:
arrangements:
Doctor Who (2010-2018 arrangement) (track 7)
Doctor Who (1987-1989 “Seventh Doctor”) (track 7)
Doctor Who (1980-1985 arrangement) (track 7)
Doctor Who (Big Finish “Eighth Doctor” arrangement) (track 7)
Doctor Who (1996, TV movie) (track 7)
Doctor Who (2005-2010 arrangement) (track 7)
Doctor Who (1986 “Trial of a Time Lord” arrangement) (track 7)
Doctor Who (2018- arrangement) (track 7)
Doctor Who (1963 arrangement used until 1980) (track 7)
Doctor Who (Delaware Version, 1972) (1972 “Delaware” arrangement) (track 7)
cover recording of:
is the basis for:
later translated parody versions:
Poro (track 19)
later translated versions:
partial recording of:
Radio Music (track 20)
recording of:
5 8 6 (track 13)
Basscadet (track 12)
Doctor Who (TV theme - please try to find correct arrangement) (track 7)
I Hear a New World (track 2)
Inkey$ (track 17)
Signals (track 1)
The Robots (track 19)
translated version of:
Die Roboter (track 19)

CD 2

composer:
Daniel Miller (British music producer and founder of Mute Records) (track 15)
James Brown (“The Godfather of Soul”) (track 7)
Warren Fischer (US musician, member of Fischerspooner) (track 13)
Martin L. Gore (track 16)
Ian Craig Marsh (track 9)
Mika Vainio (Finnish electronic musician) (track 5)
Ilpo Väisänen (Finnish electronic musician) (track 5)
Martyn Ware (track 9)
Uwe Zahn (track 6)
engineer:
John Fryer (British producer and engineer) (track 16)
Eric Radcliffe (track 16)
Kurt Graupner (1973-06) (track 1)
lead vocals:
Philip Oakey (track 9)
lyricist:
Daniel Miller (British music producer and founder of Mute Records) (track 15)
James Brown (“The Godfather of Soul”) (track 7)
Philip Oakey (track 9)
Casey Spooner (track 13)
producer:
Depeche Mode (track 16)
Fischerspooner (track 13)
The Human League (track 9)
Daniel Miller (British music producer and founder of Mute Records) (track 16)
Uwe Nettelbeck (track 1)
Nicolas Vernhes (track 13)
Christian Fennesz (Austrian electronic musician) (1999) (track 18)
Uwe Zahn (track 6)
vocals:
Cindy Greene (track 13)
Lizzy Yoder (track 13)
Casey Spooner (track 13)
writer:
John Balance (track 20)
Can (German rock band) (track 3)
Peter Christopherson (UK electronic musician and video director) (track 20)
Drew McDowall (Scottish electronic musician) (track 20)
publisher:
Mute Song (either subsidiary of Mute Song Ltd., or brand that refers to itself) (track 5)
My Ears! My Ears! (track 5)
recorded at:
Blackwing Studios (London, UK) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (track 16)
The Manor in Oxfordshire, England, United Kingdom (1973-06) (track 1)
has remixes:
mash-ups:
is the basis for:
Being Nobody (track 9)
later translated versions:
Warme Lederhaut (track 15)
recording of:
Arvio (track 5)
Being Boiled (track 9)
Big Muff (track 16)
Direct Drive (track 10)
Ended (track 20)
I Want More (track 3)
Super Bad (track 7)
Tascel_7 (track 6)
Turn On (track 13)
Warm Leatherette (track 15)

Release

design/illustration:Angela Hayward
additional editor:Ebby Acquah
mastering:Ebby Acquah
Tony ("Mastered By [@ Masterpiece] - Tony (54)" credit on Discogs)
compiler:Simon Russell (Producer, compiler)
Discogs:https://www.discogs.com/release/34629 [info]
ASIN:UK: B00005YXNS [info]

Release Group

part of:Rough Trade Shops (order: 2)
other databases:https://www.musik-sammler.de/album/297415/ [info]