Din a Testbild: Programm 2

Din a Testbild SKU: 31119214
Din-a-Testbild: Programm 2

Din a Testbild: Programm 2

Din a Testbild SKU: 31119214

Format: VINYL LP

Regular price $23.98

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Title: Programm 2
Artist: Din a Testbild
Label: Mannequin Records
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 769791962101
Genre: Electronic

Early pioneers of the German New Wave music scene, Din A Testbild were formed in 1978 by Mark Eins and Gudrun Gut (former member of Einstürzende Neubauten, Mania D. and Malaria!). Din A Testbild played a significant role in defining the avant-garde music of Berlin. Legendary is their participation at the Festival Genialer Dilletanten in 1981. Mixed and produced by Klaus Schulze on his own record label Innovative Communication in 1981, Programm 2 is their second album and was a favorite in the playlists of the Italian cosmic DJ heroes Daniele Baldelli and DJ Mozart. This first vinyl repress celebrates the 35th anniversary of this classic electronic album. "Din A Testbild comes from Berlin, so do I. The '70s brought the well-known 'Berlin School of Electronics,' it seems as if in the '80s Berlin will be the home of the advanced New Wave." - Klaus Schulze, Sept. 1980. Mastered by Rude 66.

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