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Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Joel Vandroogenbroeck - Biomechanoïd (Colorsound - CS01 - 1980 - 192kbps)



3 comments:

Zer0_II said...

@Strange Ranger: Great post my friend. Ironically enough I was listening to this very album earlier today, and added it to my list of library music albums to post. I was also listening to a couple of albums he released several years later under the alias of V.B.D. Joel on Coloursound in 1988, "California - Industrial and Scenic Moods" (CS 78) and "AVision" (CS 79)

Strange Ranger said...

@Zer0_II: You see, we have a connection here!

I listened to another one of his Colorsound albums the other night, also under V.B.D. Joel, called "Birth of Earth"(CS 7). Some very nice tracks on that one. I think I might like it more than "Biomechanoïd".

Benjamin said...

Hi have just discovered your fine blog and am loving it! To have the chance to listen to another album by sciortino is amazing! Chronoradial being one of my all time faves! Have you by chance heard vandroogenbroeks contemporary pastoral and ethnic sounds? It's my favorite of his and an early coloursound, cs002 I believe. Thankyou for all you're efforts.