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Artist: ASHRA
Title: Correlations Complete
Format: 5 CD Box
Label: MG.Art
Country: Germany
Price: $71.00
"Limited one-time collectors edition released in 2008 and previously only available from MG.ARTs mailorder. The first disc is a remastered version of the 1990 Virgin CD reissue of Correlations, recorded and mixed at Panne-Paulsen Studio, Frankfurt, in 1978 by Mick Glossop and originally released by Virgin in 1979. The second disc is the first release of Phantasus, Manuel Göttsching and Udo Arndts original 1978 recording and mix of the album that was partially re-recorded and totally remixed to become Correlations (Phantasus was Göttschings intended title, which he changed to Correlations after UK fans told him that the English cant pronounce "phantasus"). The third, fourth, and fifth discs are The Making Of, which includes a 12-page booklet. Performed by Manuel Göttsching (guitar, synthesizer, sequencer), Lutz Ulbrich (guitar, synthesizer, piano, mellotron), and Harald Großkopf (drums, percussion, synthesizer)." - MG.Art.

Artist: GOTTSCHING, MANUEL
Title: E2-E4 (35th Anniversary Edition)
Format: LP
Label: MG.Art
Country: Germany
Price: $26.00
Re-pressed. 180-gram LP version with embossed chessboard artwork print and printed inner sleeve. In celebration of the 2016 35th anniversary of the December 12, 1981, recording of Manuel Göttschings legendary E2-E4, one of electronic musics most influential recordings, Göttschings MG.ART label presents an official reissue, carefully overseen by the master himself. Includes liner notes by Manuel Göttsching, archival photos, and an excerpt of David Elliotts review in Sounds from June 16, 1984.

"As the story is sometimes told, Göttsching stopped in the studio for a couple of hours in 1981 and invented techno. E2-E4 is the most compelling argument that techno came from Germany-- more so than any single Kraftwerk album, anyway. The sleeve credits the former Ash Ra Tempel leader with “guitar and electronics”, but few could stretch that meager toolkit like Göttsching. Over a heavenly two-chord synth vamp and simple sequenced drum and bass, Göttschings played his guitar like a percussion instrument, creating music that defines the word “hypnotic” over the sixty minutes . . . A key piece in the electronic music puzzle thats been name-checked, reworked and expanded upon countless times." --Mark Richardson, Pitchfork.

Artist: GOTTSCHING, MANUEL
Title: Inventions for Electric Guitar
Format: LP
Label: MG.Art
Country: Germany
Price: $26.00
"180-gram LP version. Originally released in 1975. Remastered by Manuel Göttsching. Recorded July-August 1974, Inventions for Electric Guitar is Manuel Göttschings first solo album. Written and performed entirely by Göttsching on electric guitar, with a four-track TEAC A3340, Revox A77 for echoes, wah-wah pedal, volume pedal, Schaller Rotosound, and Hawaiian steel bar." - MG.Art.

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