Exclusive Record Store Day 2014. Special hand-picked selection of early singles as well as previously unreleased on vinyl tracks by Alexander Robotnick (aka Maurizio Dami). The first single on the record is “I Wanna Believe” which was released under the moniker Gina & The Flexix in 1985 on the legendary Fuzz Dance label (an Italo Disco sublabel of Materiali Sonori). It is a rare 12″ single featuring a dance-floor stomping beat, melodic synth leads and female vocals. The other single on the compilation is the 7″ version of “C’est La Vie” which was released in 1987. Most of the LP is comprised of tracks recorded from 1982-1984 which have only been released on CD in 2003 on the “Rare Robotnicks” compilation (except one track from 2005’s “Krypta 1982” and one other track culled from “Robotnick Archives”). The exclusive to vinyl tracks were hand-selected and display a diverse and ever-changing sound palette yet maintaining the unique and unmistakable Alexander Robotnick style which we have all loved through the years.
You probably remember Spanish Journey by Rayl from 1983 on Trash Records. This label brougt a certain vintage italo disco sound with tracks like Body Games – Stop Love and Randy Wiper – I’d Like To Know. One track never got a release, but here we have it. This is a real find from the vault, a previously unreleased track from 1983: Raylo – California O.K. Now for the first time available on Delivery Records.
Machinegewehr’s debut release with the gorgeous vocals of Gees Voorhees. Elitechnique delivers a very nice remix to complete the A side. On the flipside we have the golden combination of A Visitor From Another Meaning (aka Alden Tyrell) and the legendary Fred Ventura with a rework on the lyrics and the beat.
Different countries, different styles. Carefully selected by Julien Tavernier for the Riviera Disco club. Starring Dilemma, better known as Bijou from Belgium, DJ GIO MC-505 from Italy, the Disco Sigaretta duo from Romania (Rocky Siffredo aka Eirwud Mudwasser & Sick Carantino) and the mighty Disko Selectors from Spain.