℗ 1980 Coloursound
 

Biomechanoid

Joel Vandroogenbroeck, Mac Prindy, Marc Monsen

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1
Dark Plasma
Joel Vandroogenbroeck; Mac Prindy; Marc Monsen
4:33
2
Elements
Joel Vandroogenbroeck; Mac Prindy; Marc Monsen
4:51
3
Sign from Space
Joel Vandroogenbroeck; Mac Prindy; Marc Monsen
4:09
4
Strange Lady
Joel Vandroogenbroeck; Mac Prindy; Marc Monsen
3:05
5
Plastic Gnome
Joel Vandroogenbroeck; Mac Prindy; Marc Monsen
2:05
6
Voices
Joel Vandroogenbroeck; Mac Prindy; Marc Monsen
1:45
7
Metallic Agony
Joel Vandroogenbroeck; Mac Prindy; Marc Monsen
5:43
8
Lost Planet
Joel Vandroogenbroeck; Mac Prindy; Marc Monsen
5:35
9
Asteroids
Joel Vandroogenbroeck; Mac Prindy; Marc Monsen
2:27
10
Interstellar Insects
Joel Vandroogenbroeck; Mac Prindy; Marc Monsen
2:20
11
Galaxy Recall
Joel Vandroogenbroeck; Mac Prindy; Marc Monsen
2:06
Total Playing Time    38:39
"It’s easy to gather here that not only would Biomechanoid surely have been the perfect soundtrack for any science-fiction film that came out around the same time as the album, but also stands the test of time today, and would be just as useful to outer space films that require more mood than flash... there's lots to parse, discuss, and enjoy. Those are my favorite kinds of albums."
- Ryan Masteller, Critical Masses

Former Brainticket frontman Joel Vandroogenbroeck founded his record label Colorsound Library in 1980, after leaving his Krautrock group behind and spending time in Bali learning gamelan. He reemerged from his sojourn in the East as a solo artist, releasing Biomechanoïd, a dark, foreboding and unsettling album bridging the gap between his love of world instruments and his mastery of liquified synth loops.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Coloursound Studio Masters

This album is a high-resolution digital transfer of material originating from an analogue master source. It may contain noise, distortion or other artifacts, and may also contain audio which is limited in bandwidth or dynamic range, due to the technology used at the time of its original creation. As such, it is offered as a high-resolution documentation of a historical release.

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