2003 reissue, originally recorded 1982; seminal German underground electronics. "Born from the desire to reintroduce on the market an outstanding, yet surprisingly unknown work of the 1980s, this ORAL release is also the result of a dialogue with hypermedia researcher and artist Konrad Becker, which occurred during chance, yet fruitful meetings. Sometimes in the path of a music lover and record collector, a work will beckon you, imposing itself with its singularity, depth and timelessness. Monotonprodukt 07, produced in 1982, is such a work." "...is so alive with the pulses that triggered many electronicas to come, from techno through trance to Megos creeping static, you could make a case for Beckers guruhood. Yet, for all its prescient washed out tones, threadbare textures and minimalist rigour, it has the edge on much that followed. Adopting an imperious art stance towards mainstreams and margins alike, Becker cast a cold analytic eye over electronicas urfathers, picking up on Suicides jittertronic urgency, if not their melodrama, and DAFs throbbing sequencers, but with the sex threat removed, which he patched into his own crackling circuits, hissing vistas and tumbling beatstreams." -- The Wire, #175, Sept. 1998, from the article "100 records that set the world on fire (when no one was listening)."