Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Requiem For A World After





"Requiem for a world after..... 
tells the story of a world annihilation through nuclear war. A civilisation, unable to cope with its aggressions and cultural differences, obliterates itself with rockets and bombs of unheard destructional power. This requiem is dedicated to those men and women who shall survive a nuclear annihilation, and who will have the task of creating a World After."

Welcome to the dark side of private Elektronik! The appropriate soundtrack for some cold and grey winter days ....


16 comments:

GHOST ARCADE said...

wow this looks great!!

Horatio Hufnagel said...

DAMN! THIS SOUNDS VERY VERY INTERESTING! REALLY LOOKING FORWARD TO THIS!

nice greetings!

ArnoldPaole said...

World War III Exploded. A Few Human Beings Survived By Sharing Their Love And Kindness Through The Internet...They Shared Literature, Avantgarde Art, Comicbooks, Even Music, Even Music...They Had Little Bunkers To Hide From The Nuclear Winter. One Of Them Was Called ''The Growing Bin''. And, Yes, Thanks For Keeping Good Music Alive.

basso said...

Here is your ticket for the trip:

http://www.divshare.com/download/16688240-9e6

Mr. Craig said...

Excellent stuff as always Basso. Much love from Australia.

Broshing said...

Just gave it a quick listen and it’s amazing! Thanks a bunch Basso.

Zeroy said...

Wow! This is really good. It lightens up a bit toward the end. I'm listening to Construction, now. Thanks for posting!

Anonymous said...

Damn, this is one of the best progressive synth-cosmic albums i've heard! Many thanks for this one basso! ^_^

Anonymous said...

Great as always !
Do you know where they come from?
Cheers from Napoli !

basso said...

Made in Germany, 1981. Released on the tiny Daviton label. Cheerio!

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for your kind and fast answer. I did a research: the man behind this project is from USA, but he travelled to germany and there formed this band with Italian people. By the way, a great find...as always, on your wonderful blog!
Keep growing, I'm one of those...needs you !!!
Vincenzo (the one who asked you where they come from)

Anonymous said...

Yes, this is an awesome album, an obscure one with great style, many many thanks!

basso said...

I'm happy you folks dig that album!

@ Vincenzo: where did you find all that information??

dispo said...

Thanks for this! Interesting music and amazing cover design. I love that Q in "Requiem".

Vincenzo said...

Hey Basso, I'm so sorry, but only today I checked out your question!

Here's it: http://george.speckert.com/

He's the man behind "Requiem", you can find his bio and a brief commentary of this album on the pages of his site!

Sorry again! :)

Vincenzo

Anonymous said...

The content of this record has entered my ears like ten times during the last months. Good re playability! Pleasant record! Thanks!!!