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    Posted: January 21 2007 at 04:49
Hi all, I've decided that my Heldon, Pinhas MP3's aren't good enough and I need to buy the full set.  I was wondering if the mastering is different between the Japanese Mini LP versions and the Cuneiform versions?  I especially wonder because Heldon 1 and 3 are combined onto one 2XCD set on Cuneiform, while the Japanese version of 1, is a single CD, and 3 is available as a separate 2XCD set.
 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: January 21 2007 at 08:29


Don't know the japanese ones, but Cuneiform is excellent!
I'd advice you the double CD "Electronic guerilla /Its always rock'n'roll" to begin.
    



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Direct Link To This Post Posted: January 21 2007 at 14:56
I would highly recommend a copy of Ose's Adonia, maybe the best Richard Pinhas recording outside of Lard Free's second album.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: January 21 2007 at 15:20

^ I agree with that, "Adonia" is a really nice "vintage" electronic travel with vibrating synth sounds. Always from Heldon "family tree" and obscure projects we can also recommend "Drones" (1980) from Jean Philippe Goude

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