Electronic Toys Vol. 2

Electronic Toys Vol. 2


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Official Release Date Dec 10, 2002
Artist Electronic Toys
Genre Electronic
Version  US
PAX-Code PAX0005003032
Item Code  4011760898413

track listing

1. Saturn Ski Jump - Brewer, Harry2. Yakety Moog - Tryhall, Gil3. Son of Blob - Garson, Mort the Blobs4. Earthshine - Cuomo, Jim5. Moog Foo Yong - Brewer, Harry6. Childs Life - Weinberg, Fred7. Party Machine - Haack, Bruce8. Paris 2079 - Brewer, Harry9. Love Syndrome - Mixexpanders10. Sonik Re Entry - Oissevelt, Tom Hid Baltan11. Ride of Rida - Garson, Mort12. Circuit Breaker - Sear, Walter13. Martha White Theme - Trythall, Gil14. Space Express - Brewer, Harry15. Song of the Second Moon 2:52 - Dissevelt, Tom Kid Baltan16. 1958 Revisited - Weinberg, Fred


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timborobot (14) on 19, Sep. 2015 00:25 (HKT)
A Retrospective of Early Sythesizer Music
Electronic Toys 2 is the second part in a collection of early sythesizer music and experimentation. "Sythesizers" is a broad term that is used for any electronic musical instrument that generates electric signals converted to sound through loudspeakers or headphones. And over the past 100 years they have transformed quite a bit. This album collects an especially creative and experimental time period for these types of instruments. During the 60s and 70s the development of miniaturized solid-state components allowed synthesizers to become self-contained and for the first time in history synthesizers were entering the popular music scene. This album collects what might be a transition between those two states of synthesizer music. Some of it is quite interesting, some a little annoying, most of it is pretty darn groovy, but all of it gives you a glimpse into history.
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