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Klaus Schulze - Dig It (CD, Album, RE + DVD-V, NTSC + Dig) - USED

Revisited Rec.

Klaus Schulze - Dig It (CD, Album, RE + DVD-V, NTSC + Dig) - USED

€14.99

Released: 18 Apr 2005
Format: CD, Album, Reissue
Sleeve condition: Very Good Plus
Media condition: Very Good Plus

Tracklist:
[CD-1] Death Of An Analogue
[CD-2] Weird Caravan
[CD-3] The Looper Isn't A Hooker
[CD-4] Synthasy
[] Bonus Track:
[CD-5] Esoteric Goody
[] -
[DVD] Linzer Stahlsinfonie

In Booklet:
"Dig It" was recorded in Summer 1980 in Hambühren. Original release (without the bonus track) 31 October 1980.
'Linzer Stahlsinfonie' was filmed by the Austrian Broadcasting Corporation / Radio and Television on September 8th, 1980.
Photos: kdm archive.
All tracks are published by P.O.E.M. Musikverlag.

© 2005 Universal Music (tracks 1 to 4)
© 2005 Klaus Schulze (Esoteric Goody and Linzer Stahlsinfonie) under exclusive license to SPV GmbH.
℗ 1980 Universal Music (tracks 1 to 4)
℗ 2005 Klaus Schulze (Esoteric Goody and Linzer Stahlsinfonie) under exclusive license to SPV GmbH.

On Rear:
Originally released in 1980.
℗ & © 2005 Revisited Records. Distributed by SPV GmbH. Made In Germany. Licensed from SPV GmbH.
Revisited Rec. A division of InsideOut Music. www.insideout.de

On Digipak inner panel:
All music played on the G.D.S. computer. All percussion by F.S. Drums Inc. and G.D.S.
Thanks to Ideal for looping the drums on "Weird Caravan".
All recordings by G.D.S. Digital Recording System at Klaus Schulze Studios between May and September '80.
All love to the listeners.

Warning:
At least some copies with that matrix numbers (CD) have a serious damage on bonus track (EAC is pointing 25:31 - and it's really audible).

The number 13 appears prominently on the spines and the CD artwork.
This release comes as a tri-fold Digipak with twenty page booklet.
The long bonus track was found on the original session tapes from the DIG IT recordings.
"Linzer Stahlsinfonie" Opening concert Ars Electronica September 8th 1980 (contains live elements produced by the workers of Voest-Alpine steel foundry).
DVD video track is MPEG-2 720x480 (NTSC 525/60) 16:9; DVD audio track is Dolby AC-3 Stereo.


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