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|1.||"The Devil's Dancers" (3:02)|
|1.||"Cold War" (5:33)|
|2.||"Don't Be Seen With Me" (3:11)|
|3.||"Modern Wonder" (5:01)|
|1.||"Subterranean Desire" (4:13)|
|3.||"New Mexico" (7:33)|
|1.||"Behind The Shades" (5:57)|
|2.||"Men In White Coats" (4:57)|
|3.||"You Won't Forget Me" (3:25)|
For fans of minimal wave and DIY electronic pop, Oppenheimer Analysis's self-released 1982 debut cassette, New Mexico - little more than an extended demo cassette - has become something of a collector's item. While it has been reissued digitally since, it never received a vinyl release. In tribute to Martin Lloyd (the other half of the duo, alongside Andy Oppenheimer), who passed away recently, Minimal Wave has decided to make New Mexico available on wax for the first time. While the sound quality is appropriately dusty (it was badly recorded in the first place, of course), the music remains magical - bubbling, evocative, left-of-centre leftfield pop created with home-made synthesizers, modular hardware and little else. It's no wonder many consider it a classic album (even if was never officially released first time round).
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