Sunday, September 9, 2007

O.R.D.U.C. - Pink & Purple (LP, New Bulwark Records & Tapes, 1981)

The name stands for One-O-Seventh Royal Dutch Underground Company and was led by Nicko Selen, who ran also the label, and later on IF Records (more of those records later), along with friends who played guitars and drums. Highly naive electronic music, partly inspired by krautrock. Released in an edition of 500 copies in five different coloured vinyls, each 100 copies. I think I have a lathe cut somewhere too, if I find it I will post this one too, one day. The band apparently still exist, they even have a myspace page.

Nico Selen wrote: this album was released in an edition of around 1080 copies and is still available from:
The following colors were made
black ± 350
green black ± 300
Blue ± 200
Orange ± 080
Green ± 060
Red ± 030
Blue-black ± 030
Varios mixuteres ± 030
O.R.D.U.C. still exists! This year two new pieces were recorded and the basis for a third piece. Hear one of the two here
more on O.R.D.U.C.


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