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A K Process - Electronic Music MP3
Performer: A K Process
Genre: Electronic
Title: Electronic Music
Country: UK
Released: 1979
Style: Abstract
MP3 album: 2056 mb
FLAC album: 2003 mb
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 220
Source: Vinyl, 7"
№ Cat: OPR 101
Label: Output Records

Cae
Another stellar release from the ????? section of my record collection. This was the type of thing I bought on sight back in the late '70s when anything went. After the first wave of punk 76/77 the dam broke and ppl realised that anyone could put out a record and it didn't have to conform to some industry standard of commercialism or accessibility.

File next to your Metabolist, Throbbing Gristle, File Under Pop, Door And The Window.... and a host of other post-punk late '70s experimental outfits just putting out noise and abstract stuff because they wanted to and without any concessions to 'the market'.