Electronic System - Vol. II

 (Limited Edition Yellow Vinyl)


Real Gone Music



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ARGM 1094
UPC: 848064010944
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An analog synth tour de force!

Yellow vinyl LP limited to 900 copies worldwide!

An album full of sonic surprises!

While the first album Dan Lacksman recorded in 1973 was an atypical singer-songwriter foray, the second album from that year-credited to his pseudonym Electronic System — featured the full flowering of his synthesizer mastery. His hit recording "Coconut" had enabled him to buy a modular synthesizer, which offered a vastly expanded tonal palette — if you had the patience to re-wire for each sound you wanted to achieve. Which was the perfect set-up for a studio engineer like Lacksman...the result is an album full of sonic surprises, with each track presenting multiple, unique synthesizer tones and attacks, even on such nakedly commercial moves as his cover of Ritchie Valens' "La Bamba." An analog synth tour de force! Presented on a yellow vinyl pressing limited to 900 copies.

Side A
1. Top Jerk
2. Dedicated to Gerard
3. Fats
4. I Start a Dream Today
5. La Bamba No. 2

Side B
1. Plic-Ploc
2. Electronic Flair
3. Moog Jealousy
4. Going Back to Moog City
5. It’s Raining Today
6. Top Tang

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