Monday, December 7, 2009

Boulevard In Space



I have a soft spot for everything grotesque and Ralph Lundsten's music suits me more than just fine. Love it love it love it. The mix of fairytale and horror illustrated by lovely synths and laidback drums is pure heaven IMO. Hope you'll enjoy it too! Here's Alpha Ralpha Boulevard from 1979. Don't forget to have a look at the master's studio here.

And if you like that kinda stuff - check out Cosmic Connections on DeepFrequency.com this thursday ; ) Cheers, Basso


6 comments:

Zeroy said...

Off the scale on my quirk-meter. Strange song titles and groovy as heck. Lundsten is unique . . .

Gianni aka Cesare Barbetta said...

put in in my wantlist.

Anonymous said...

...ande here's a photo of Ralph's car: http://brusahogrelillaa.blogspot.com/2009/02/ralph-lundstens-firmabil.html

basso said...

nice one! i'd have expected a Bentley... here's his bathroom: http://sannusjka.blogg.se/images/2008/badrum_11942030.jpg

Mátyás said...

That's pretty cool stuff! Horrorscope was comped on Trap door II - An International Psychedelic Mix and have been wondering since where the original came from. Nice one, thanks for sharing!!

Anonymous said...

I bought this one, "Alpha Ralpha Boulevard", thirty years ago when I began to discover electronic music. It was an experience almost at a religious level, much thanks to a strange swede like Ralph who dares to think differently.

I've searched for this gem in a digital form for a long time. Thank you!