Alexander Robotnick - Robotnick's Archives Collection album flac
Title: Robotnick's Archives Collection
Style: Disco, Electro, House, Italo-Disco
FLAC version ZIP size: 1895 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1807 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1814 mb
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5th episode of Robotnick's Archives' series. Funky Skunky" is a track originally composed in 1996 but completely re-made a few monthes ag. .The original track, made with MIDI system and virtual synths, was based on a vocal sample taken from one of the first vynil collections of acappella voices but it sounded weak and not convincing enough. Therefore it was abandoned and slept on a forgotten CD-Rom for about 16 years. Robotnick, using analog synths and triggers, brings it back to life with the energy it deserves. 122 bpm "Infinite Solitude" is a track that was.
Alexander Robotnick (. Maurizio Dami) is an Italian electronic musician. He made his debut on the Italian music scene as the founding member of Avida, a dance-cabaret band featuring Daniele Trambusti and Stefano Fuochi. In 1983 he attained international popularity with his track "Problèmes d'amour", published first by the Italian label Materiali Sonori and then by Sire-Wea. Problèmes d'amour" went on to become a "cult track" of dance music
Veteran Italian electronic producer Robotnick has been making weird and wonderful sounds for the best part of three whole decades. With many guises and across countless releases he has ventured into all aspects of electronica and of course amassed an unimaginable array of influences along the way. His Archives series has been running for some time, and to critical acclaim. Showcasing his experimental flair. Veteran Italian electronic producer Robotnick has been making weird and wonderful sounds for the best part of three whole decades.
Robotnick's Archives: Active on the music scene for about 30 years, Alexander Robotnick has produced an impressive amount of music. Starting with 'Avida' the first band he put together,whose early 80s unreleased tracks have been recently published by Creme Organization) to the latest digital releases by his label 'Hot Elphant Music'. Being a musicaholic, Robotnick has been stacking a huge amount of supports: tapes, floppy disks, dats, CD-roms, hard-disks.
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Alexander Robotnick begins a series of releases, scheduled for every month from here onwards, detailing music dug up from the veteran producer's vast archival store of music that he has been collecting in his almost thirty-year life-span as an artist. Here he presents two tracks plus a remix that remind us of the progressive sounds of his futuristic techy-disco output.
Album · 2011 · 3 Songs. 2011 Alexander Robotnick. More By Alexander Robotnick. See All. Problèmes d'amour.
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|2||Undicidisco (Original Mix)||4:41|
|3||Undicidisco (Fresco Mix)||6:38|
|4||Waiting For You||5:52|
|6||Can You Hear Me?||6:06|
|10||It's All Right Baby||5:36|
|15||It Was Like A Dream||4:09|
|16||Can You Hear Me? (The Robot Scientists Remix)
Remix – The Robot Scientists
|17||Can You Hear Me? (Things Happen Remix)
Remix – Things Happen
|18||I Want You||7:17|
|21||Give Me Something To Dream||4:13|
|23||Back To Dreams||6:26|
|24||I Love My House||6:46|
|27||Minore Terzo (Electric Prince Remix)
Remix – Electric Prince
|28||TB Maniac (Tulioxi MiniManiac Remix)
Remix – Tulioxi
|29||TB Maniac (Tulioxi Remix)
Remix – Tulioxi
|30||Florence Is Sad||3:24|
|Robotnick's Archives (Continuous Mix By Robotnick)||(65:29)|
|31.1||Back To Dreams|
|31.3||Waiting For You|
|31.8||It Was Like A Dream|
|31.9||Can You Hear Me?|
|31.11||I Want You|
|31.15||I Love My House|
|31.18||Give Me Something To Dream|